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celtic torc necklace | Handcrafted Celtic Torcs & Viking Neck Rings

celtic torc necklace | Handcrafted Celtic Torcs & Viking Neck Rings

Sterling Silver WOLF TORC NECKLACE Torques Torq by WulflundJewelry, Kč6000.00

Sterling Silver WOLF TORC NECKLACE Torques Torq by WulflundJewelry, Kč6000.00

VIKING RAVEN étain BRACELET plaqué argent par WulflundJewelry

VIKING RAVEN Tin Silver Plated BRACELET Jewellery Jewelry Bangle

VIKING RAVEN étain BRACELET plaqué argent par WulflundJewelry

Cush Torc   Cush County, Limerick, Ireland   Insular Norse  9th - 10th Century  Individually Hand-forged  Torc Diameter is approx. 5/16"

Cush Torc Cush County, Limerick, Ireland Insular Norse 9th - 10th Century Individually Hand-forged Torc Diameter is approx. 5/16"

Rare French medieval ring gold (high karat). The box bezel is set with a cabochon-cut sapphire of a beautiful deep color, very probably from the Massif Central (Riou Pezzouliou near Puy en Velay) held by four claws. The hoop is decorated with engraved leaves on the shoulders. France, late 13th century

Rare French medieval ring gold (high karat). The box bezel is set with a cabochon-cut sapphire of a beautiful deep color, very probably from the Massif Central (Riou Pezzouliou near Puy en Velay) held by four claws. The hoop is decorated with engraved leaves on the shoulders. France, late 13th century

Celtic torque), or neck ring, was an important piece of Celtic jewelry, and was worn before 1200 BC to as late as 600 AD. It was a powerful symbol, perhaps representing the wearer's free-born status, and was often complemented with additional rings worn about the arms and wrists. Torques were made from copper, bronze, silver, and gold. They were worn by both men and women, and are depicted as such in both Classical and Celtic sculptures.

Celtic torque), or neck ring, was an important piece of Celtic jewelry, and was worn before 1200 BC to as late as 600 AD. It was a powerful symbol, perhaps representing the wearer's free-born status, and was often complemented with additional rings worn about the arms and wrists. Torques were made from copper, bronze, silver, and gold. They were worn by both men and women, and are depicted as such in both Classical and Celtic sculptures.

Detail of a Celtic bronze torque, France, 3rd century BC

Detail of a Celtic bronze torque, France, 3rd century BC

Greifvogel Gorget   Intertwined Birds of Prey Late Celtic Style   Sterling Silver Overlay with Chain  Approx. 4.5"  wide

Greifvogel Gorget Intertwined Birds of Prey Late Celtic Style Sterling Silver Overlay with Chain Approx. 4.5" wide

Torque trouvé à Trichtingen, sud-ouest de l’Allemagne (entre 350-100 av. J.-C.)  Ce collier est bien différent de celui trouvé à Uri (image précédente). Gainé d’argent il pèse beaucoup plus lourd, près de 7 kg, et ne devait pas être porté. Retrouvé en 1928 dans un marais, l’hypothèse avancée suggère un don votif ou une dédicace à une divinité. (Landesmuseum Württemberg Stuttgart)

L’art des Celtes en vedette à Berne

Torque trouvé à Trichtingen, sud-ouest de l’Allemagne (entre 350-100 av. J.-C.) Ce collier est bien différent de celui trouvé à Uri (image précédente). Gainé d’argent il pèse beaucoup plus lourd, près de 7 kg, et ne devait pas être porté. Retrouvé en 1928 dans un marais, l’hypothèse avancée suggère un don votif ou une dédicace à une divinité. (Landesmuseum Württemberg Stuttgart)

Golden Triangle (Laos / Burma / Thailand) | 5 row torque from the Meo people | High grade silver; not hollow and heavy (1186 grs ) | ca. early 20th century | 4'950S$

Golden Triangle (Laos / Burma / Thailand) | 5 row torque from the Meo people | High grade silver; not hollow and heavy (1186 grs ) | ca. early 20th century | 4'950S$

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