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.
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