In the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin you can see a magnificent display of Celtic jewelry.
The collection of prehistoric goldwork ranges in date between 2200 BC and 500 BC. Most are pieces of jewellery but the precise function of some is unknown.
Around 1200 BC new gold working techniques were developed. During this time a great variety of torcs were made by twisting bars or strips of gold.
Irish Sterling Silver.
Weight : 6.9 g
22 mm diameter.
Fixed post backing.
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