Neck Torc - Asymmetrical open spiral - Copper, Celtic Torq or Torque - medium

By Abby Hook

Neck Torc - Asymmetrical open spiral - Copper, Celtic Torq or Torque - medium

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 copper wire, which I have hand forged, forming large open spirals in an asymmetrical design on the front. The hammering on the ends of the piece has created a tapered widening on these sections.

The Torc has an inner circumference of 14 1/2”, including the 2” gap.

This item comes in a jewellery box.

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$58.97

media
Copper wire
framed
n/a
added
5 Months ago
price
$58.97

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Abby Hook

Abby Hook Jewellery Artist

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