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torcs, necklaces

Hand-wrought jewellry from the blacksmiths’ forge - amulets, steel bracelets, earrings, arm bands, necklaces, and various hand-wrought jewellery made from Damascus steel. We are also proud to offer torcs (torques, torqs) - the classic neck rings worn by Celtic kings and heroes - made from steel, bronze, brass or silver.

La Tene Necklaces Celtic Torqueses
* required measurements: in the last step of your order please let us know your neck circumference (A) and required circumference of the torc (B) - see the picture

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MIDGARDSORMR, Viking Torques, brass

Catalog number: BHJ362

Your Price: 65.00 €

   

Viking Torques Neck Ring with two Sea Dragon Midgardsormr Heads. Archeological finds featuring such sea dragons were unearthed in localities: Uppsala, Valsgärde, Sutton Hoo, Sweden.

According to Norse mythology the God Odin threw the sea serpent into the ocean. The serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. During Ragnarök the beast causes a deluge resulting in submersion of the world. Afterward, a new world resurfaces.

  • Material: hand twisted brass
  • Size of a head terminal: 1.1 x 3 cm

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WOLF HEADS TORC, torques

Catalog number: BHJ103

Your Price: 46.00 €

   

Bronze Wolf Heads Torques, a jewel of ancient kings, heroes, druids and the Gods. It is  designed for comfortable wearing and easily adjustable,  you can simply open and close it. The heads are casted from bronze.

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Huginn and Muninn, Viking Torc, brass

Catalog number: BHJ360

Your Price: 85.00 €

   

This exclusive viking torc (torques or neck ring) with two raven heads is handmade and is one of our most prestigious products.

In Norse mythology Huginn (Thought) and Muninn (Memory) are ravens that fly all over the world and bring information to the god Odin. Migration Period golden bracteates, Vendel era helmet plates and Germanic Iron Age bird-shaped brooches also depict the figures of Huginn and Muninn. Odin's messengers are linked to shamanic practices as well.

  • Material: brass, garnets
  • Size of head terminals: 1.1 x 3 cm
  • Design: Katien

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FENRIR, WOLF, TORQUES, brass

Catalog number: BHJ143

Your Price: 69.00 €

   

FENRIR Hand Made Brass Torques with Wolf Heads.

  • material brass

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GRIFFIN, brass torques

Catalog number: BHJ492

Your Price: 55.00 €

   

GRIFFIN, brass torc of our own design. It can be adjusted by bending. Griffin (also griffon or gryphon) is a legendary creature. It has a lion body, tail and back legs, while the wings and head belong to an eagle. Product of Wulflund, copyright.

  • Material: brass

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COLLACH, celtic brass torques, torc

Catalog number: BHJ159

Your Price: 65.00 €

   

The Celtic boar is a symbol of male power. The design is taken from Pictish carvings which were found near Dunadd, Scotland. The brass torques was designed for comfortable wearing. You can adjust the size easily.

Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques "to twist" is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings, that our ancestors had been wearing since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.

  • Brass
  • Weight according to size

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CELTIC CHIEFTAIN TORC, bronze torques

Catalog number: BHJ455

Your Price: 45.00 €

   

Hand made Celtic torc. The shape of its terminals is derived from torcs discovered in the UK. A neck jewel of the ancient kings, warriors and druids.

Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques "to twist" is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings, that our ancestors had been wearing since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.

  • Manufactured by Wulflund Jewelry
  • Material: bronze

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DRAIG, brass dragon torques

Catalog number: BHJ154

Your Price: 55.00 €

   

Draig - meaning "dragon" in Welsh. Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques "to twist" is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings, that our ancestors had been wearing since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance. Manufactured by Wulflund.

  • Material: brass

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CELTIC TORC, Bull's Heads, bronze

Catalog number: BHJ420

Your Price: 55.00 €

   

Celtic torc with bull's heads. Inspired by the original find from Trichtingen, Baden-Württemberg, southwest Germany, 350-100 BCE. Completly manufactured by Wulflund in the land of Celtic Boii tribes (Bohemia).

Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques "to twist" is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings and it has been used since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.

  • Material bronze
  • Size of the head: 2 x 2 cm

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BERSERKER, Bear, bronze torques

Catalog number: BHJ390

Your Price: 65.00 €

   

Large BRONZE TORQUES with Bear Heads. Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques, to twist, is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings and it has been used since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by Gods and Godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.

Berserkers, or berserks, were champion Norse warriors who are reported to have fought in a trance-like fury.

  • Material bronz

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DREKI, Norse Dragon, brass torc

Catalog number: BHJ158

Your Price: 53.00 €

   

DREKI Brass Torques, inspired by Viking art, easily adjustable and comfortable to wear.  Dreki means dragon in old Norse language. In Norse mythology there are several references to dragons. The most common example of a dragon from the Norse myths, is Níðhöggr, who gnaws on the roots of Yggdrasill, the immense mythical ash tree that connects the nine worlds in Norse cosmology. 

  • material brass

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FIANNA, Celtic Deer, brass torques

Catalog number: BHJ271

Your Price: 55.00 €

   

Fianna Celtic Deer Torques, easily adjustable and light. Torque (troq or torc), from Latin torques - to twist, is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings, that our ancestors had been wearing since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.

  • material brass

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CAT, celtic art, torques, torc

Catalog number: BHJ160

Your Price: 53.00 €

   

Celtic Cat Torques, was designed for comfortable wearing,  easy to adjust. Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques "to twist" is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings, that our ancestors had been wearing since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance. 

  • material brass

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Viking Necklace, braided, brass

Catalog number: BHJ288

Your Price: 59.00 €

   

Handmade Viking Torques Necklace from Twisted brass.

  • Material brass

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Jelling - Viking Dragon, Torc

Catalog number: BHJ291

Your Price: 78.00 €

   

Viking Dragon Jelling Brass Torques. Norse mythology contains several references to dragons, the most popular is Níðhöggr, the dragon which gnaws the roots of Yggdrasil,  the immense mythical ash tree that connects the nine worlds in Norse cosmology. The torques is designed for comfortable wearing and you can easily adjust the size.

  • material brass

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JÖRMUNGANDR, snake, brass torques

Catalog number: BHJ174

Your Price: 65.00 €

   

Brass Torques with Viking Snake JÖRMUNGANDR. Migration Period golden bracteates, Vendel era helmet plates and Germanic Iron Age bird-shaped brooches all feature this Water Dragon, artefacts were found in Uppsala, Valsgärde and Sutton Hoo.

According to Norse mythology Jörmungandr, or Midgardsormr, meaning gigantic beast, poses a great threat so Odin throws him into the ocean. But the serpent grows so large that it is able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. During Ragnarök the beast causes a deluge resulting in submersion of the world. Afterward, the world resurfaces anew.

  • material brass

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CELTIC TORC, decorated, brass

Catalog number: FPR71

Your Price: 49.00 €

   

Decorated Casted Celtic Torque. Torque (troq or torc), from Latin torques - to twist, is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings, that our ancestors had been wearing since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.

  • Material: brass

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BEAST from GOTLAND, viking torques - bronze

Catalog number: BHJ442

Your Price: 59.00 €

   

A Viking torques inspired by a real archeological find of the bracelet on the isle of Gotland, Sweden, locality of Burg. The original was crafted by twisting metal rods of various widths and it features stylized wolf or dragon heads. 

Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques "to twist" is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings and it has been used since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.

  • Material: bronze

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