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Torques de Burela. Museo Provincial de Lugo - Torque (collar) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Torc from Burela, Galicia, with double moulding scotiae terminals, and hoop decoration. At kilos, the heaviest Iberian torc

Viking...Norse arm ring

Darren Webster holding a Viking arm ring - Norse arm ring - Silverdale Hoard - Lancashire-- Just want to find something like that!

Viking gold arm-ring of plaited wires (2 thick & 2 thin, unwound in places); gold; 1 of terminals left, flat with row of punched paired triangles. Deposited circa 970 at the Isle of Man, Scotland.

Viking gold arm-ring of plaited wires thick & 2 thin, unwound in places); 1 of terminals left, flat with row of punched paired triangles. Deposited circa 970 at the Isle of Man, Scotland.

Viking Pendant. Gold, filigree ornamentation, Sigtuna, Uppland, Sweden.

The Swedish History Museum, Stockholm Pendant: Gold, filigree ornamentation.

16.35 cm. Circa 10th century AD. A skilfully made neck-ring formed from four sturdy zinc-rich copper-alloy rods, each thicker at the centre (about 6mm) than the ends (about 3mm) to give an expanding profile to the finished article. The rods were first wound in pairs, then formed into the final complex plait, with the ends carefully fused to form the hook-and-eye closure.

16.35 cm. Circa 10th century AD. A skilfully made neck-ring formed from four sturdy zinc-rich copper-alloy rods, each thicker at the centre (about 6mm) than the ends (about 3mm) to give an expanding profile to the finished article. The rods were first wound in pairs, then formed into the final complex plait, with the ends carefully fused to form the hook-and-eye closure.

Close-up of one of the Torcs from the Snettisham hoard. From The Iron Age Around 75BC

Closeup of one of the torcs from the Snettisham Hoard. From the Iron Age, around 75 BCE

The Ashmolean Museum. Photographs courtesy Lindsay Kerr. Cabinet F No23 One of a pair of S-shaped brooches. Gilt copper alloy and garnet. Frankish, 500-600, Marchelapot, France.

The Ashmolean Museum. Cabinet F One of a pair of S-shaped brooches. Gilt copper alloy and garnet. ~ The " S" shape is symbolic of eternity.

Wikinger-Torque

Torques, Halsringe und Halsreifen im Altertum

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