Sale! Celtic Dragonhead Neck Torc

The ancient Celts, both men and women, wore neck torcs a lot, as we can attest from archeological excavations. Historically, the neck torc was worn as a collar, and fitted around the neck fairly closely.


ap522101.jpg (27638 bytes)T2. Dragonhead copper neck torc, with polished pewter dragonhead finials. About 17" around from nose to nose (inside measurement); however, as shown, this torc will probably be worn with the dragonheads some distance apart, which makes it effectively larger.  Comes in a nice box with fabric lining. Was $71, now $57. We have just one of these left.

Please check the size of this piece carefully against a ruler before ordering. We give measurements of all jewelry pieces on this site so that you will know their size in advance; this will save disappointment, returning pieces, etc.






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