Gold torque Glauberg, Germany ~400 BC The torque was found in a grave beside which stood the statue of the warrior. Figural and ornamental elements are suspended from the right, which also shows ten masks. The particularly striking feature is the three conical studs similar to those worn by the statue. They might all depict the same deceased. Kunst der Kelten, Historisches Museum Bern
About 530 BC The Hochdorf Chieftains Grave is a richly-furnished burial chamber. Regarded as the Tutankamon of the Celts, it was discovered in 1977 near Hochdorf an der Enz in Baden-Württemberg, Germany). A man of 40 years old, 6 ft 2 in (178 cm) tall was laid out on a bronze couch. He had been buried with a gold-plated torc on his neck, a bracelet on his right arm, and most notably, thin embossed gold plaques were on his now-disintigrated shoes.
Brooch Celtic (Germany), 8th Century BC The Metropolitan Museum of Art