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Gold torque. Celts. Glauberg, Germany. About 400 BC Historical Museum of Bern.

celts - gold torque. Vix, France 480 BCE

Torque (Neck Ring), 5th century b.c.; European Iron Age Celtic Silver

A CELTIC GOLD TORQUE CIRCA LATE 5TH-EARLY 4TH CENTURY B.C.

Torque (Neck Ring), 4th–3rd century b.c.; European Iron Age Celtic Copper alloy Diam. 6 1/8 in. (15.5 cm)

HOCHDORF TOMB: The objects found in the chieftain's tomb are on display at the Landesmuseum, Württemberg, Stuttgart

Extremely rare gold saxon ring with a flat circular bezel engraved with a champlevé zoomorphic pattern inlaid with black niello; the hoop is formed by a single wire twisted like a torque, a typical early saxon design, the shoulders terminating in foliate motifs. The original niello is restored and protected by a varnish (who the hell would do that?...). Northumbria probably late 9th.

Serpentine Brooch, 6th century b.c.; Iron Age, Halstatt period Copper alloy 1 1/2 x 10 7/8 in. (3.8 x 27.7 cm)

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Frankish jewellry,500-600