Torques of Bawsey

Art.Nr.: 07 Torque Baw
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Torques of Bawsey - Replica
Torques of Bawsey - Replica
Celtic torques of brass
Celtic torques of brass
Bawsey-Torques  - Detail
Bawsey-Torques - Detail
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Replica of the Celtic torques of Bawsey.

Here you can buy a reproduction of the torques of Bawsey which dated to the period around 100 BC and was typical in this shape for the late La Tene period.

This beautiful replica of the torques of Bawsey is made of pure brass and carefully polished to a shine. The dimensions of the torques are 18 x 17 x 3,5 cm for a neck size of approximately 35 cm. Weight approx 0.4 Kg

Typical for the torques of the late
Latène period is a shaft with a cross-shaped section, which was twisted to produce a spiral effect, which results in good flexibility.

The shape of the torque of Bawsey is identical to the torques of Ipswich, and other finds of neck rings of the late La Tene period.


The torques was an important symbol of power among the Celts and was worn by men and women. The torques of the Celts were usually made of gold and silver and had often ornate finials.

Although the torques is usually associated with the Celts
, neck rings were worn also from Scythians and Germans, and in the Roman army the torques was in late antiquity an award for legionnaires.

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Replica of the Celtic torques of Bawsey.

Here you can buy a reproduction of the torques of Bawsey which dated to the period around 100 BC and was typical in this shape for the late La Tene period.

This beautiful replica of the torques of Bawsey is made of pure brass and carefully polished to a shine. The dimensions of the torques are 18 x 17 x 3,5 cm for a neck size of approximately 35 cm. Weight approx 0.4 Kg

Typical for the torques of the late
Latène period is a shaft with a cross-shaped section, which was twisted to produce a spiral effect, which results in good flexibility.

The shape of the torque of Bawsey is identical to the torques of Ipswich, and other finds of neck rings of the late La Tene period.


The torques was an important symbol of power among the Celts and was worn by men and women. The torques of the Celts were usually made of gold and silver and had often ornate finials.

Although the torques is usually associated with the Celts
, neck rings were worn also from Scythians and Germans, and in the Roman army the torques was in late antiquity an award for legionnaires.

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