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Brass Celtic Dragon Torc

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The Celts of antiquity often wore elaborate neck torcs – often enough that it became a hallmark of their culture. Other cultures of antiquity wore them, but none as profusely as the Celts. ”Torc”, from Latin ”Torque” is a reference to the twisting of the metal, usually gold or bronze to make the neck torc. More elaborate examples being a sign of noble status. Some examples leave so little ”squeeze” to take them off that it is surmised that some Celts wore them permanently. A roman copy of the Greek sculpture ”The Dying Gaul” shows a vanquished Celt wearing only a torc. This torc of brass features two serpentine heads at its ends.

Overall Length18 1/2''
Weight12 oz
ManufacturerLord Of Battles
Country of OriginIndia

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