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Celtic bronze collar (torc), Dumfriesshire, Scotland, c. 1st century > Celtic art

The Battersea Shield was found in the area around Chelsea Bridge, London. Dated to 350 BC, it seems that an object this elaborate would belong to a member of the warrior elite or even a Celtic chief. The Battersea shield is from the La Tene era which is characterised by the spirals, circles, interwoven knots and lattices that remain in modern Celtic art.

The Vix Torc (pictured) however is just as grandiose as the Krater. Made from 480 grams of solid 24 carat gold, it is both a valuable and beautiful piece of Celtic art and culture. Dating from 500Bc the Torc is decorated with winged horses and intricate knot work so small that you can barely see it in this photo. This is probably the most valuable Celtic Torc in existence. Read more: www.toptenz.net/...

Celtic sword 700 - 200 BC

Différents objets du trésor de Hochdorf (vers 530 av. J.-C.) Le tumulus d’Eberdingen-Hochdorf, près de Ludwigsburg (nord de Stuttgart), exploré en 1978-1979, a livré un vrai trésor retrouvé intact, de la fin de la période de Hallstatt. Notamment ces parures de chausses en or, coupe, bracelet et dague. (Landesmuseum Württemberg Stuttgart)

Full view of the Celtic Battersea Shield | The Battersea Shield was found in the area around Chelsea Bridge, London. Dated to 350 BC, it seems that an object this elaborate would belong to a member of the warrior elite or even a Celtic chief. The Battersea shield is from the La Tene era which is characterised by the spirals, circles, interwoven knots and lattices that remain in modern Celtic art.

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