Neck Torc - Sterling silver, Celtic Torq or Torque

By Abby Hook

Neck Torc - Sterling silver, Celtic Torq or Torque

Torcs, also called Torq or Torque, were worn in ancient Briton and Europe, some 2000 years ago, particularly by the Gauls and Vikings. They were generally a single piece or strands of metal, twisted together, to form a large, rigid ring.

This understated, stylish neck torc is made with sterling silver wire, which I have hand forged, hammering the ends and center of the piece, creating a tapered widening on these sections. I have then hammered a textured detail over the whole piece to finish this sleek design.

The Torc has an inner circumference of 18” and measures 3/16” at it’s widest point at the front.

This item comes in a jewellery box.


  • neck
  • necklace
  • torc
  • torq
  • torque
  • wire
  • silver
  • sterling
  • abby
  • hook
  • viking
  • celt
  • celtic
  • ring

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  • amex
  • check (cheque)


Sterling silver
4 Months ago

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Abby Hook

Abby Hook Jewellery Artist


310 works in jewelrydesign

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