Torc of Tayac

Art.Nr.: 07 Torque Tay
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Celtic Torques from Tayac
Celtic Torques from Tayac
Celtic Torques Replica
Celtic Torques Replica
Torques from Tayac - Detail
Torques from Tayac - Detail
Torques of Tayac - Original
Torques of Tayac - Original
The diying celt with torques
The diying celt with torques
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Reproduction of the Celtic Torque of Tayac

Here you can buy a replica of the Torque of Tayac, a so-called buffer torque that was typical for the neck rings of the La Tène period. It dates back to the Celtic Iron Age from about 90 - 80 BC.

This detailed Celtic Torque replica is based on a find from France. The neck ring is made from high-quality brass and weighs about 600 g.

Celtic neck ring dimensions: 19 x 18 x 3.5 cm, suitable for a neck circumference from 50 to 55 cm.

Characteristic for the torques of the La Tène period are the buffer-shaped ends, which is why this form of neck ring is also called buffer torques.

The rods twisted together ensure excellent flexibility, so that the Celtic torques can be easily bent up and down and thus easily put on.

In December 1893, while ploughing a field near Tayac near Gironde (South of France), a worker discovered two buried terracotta vases containing a Celtic gold treasure.

In addition to 325 Gallic gold coins and 73 small gold bars, the treasure also contained a gold necklace, which could be dated to 90 - 80 BC on the basis of the enclosed coins.

The ends of the torques were hollow, but the necklace still weighed 756 g. The original of this Celtic Torque is now in the Musee d'Aquitaine in Bordeaux.
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Reproduction of the Celtic Torque of Tayac

Here you can buy a replica of the Torque of Tayac, a so-called buffer torque that was typical for the neck rings of the La Tène period. It dates back to the Celtic Iron Age from about 90 - 80 BC.

This detailed Celtic Torque replica is based on a find from France. The neck ring is made from high-quality brass and weighs about 600 g.

Celtic neck ring dimensions: 19 x 18 x 3.5 cm, suitable for a neck circumference from 50 to 55 cm.

Characteristic for the torques of the La Tène period are the buffer-shaped ends, which is why this form of neck ring is also called buffer torques.

The rods twisted together ensure excellent flexibility, so that the Celtic torques can be easily bent up and down and thus easily put on.

In December 1893, while ploughing a field near Tayac near Gironde (South of France), a worker discovered two buried terracotta vases containing a Celtic gold treasure.

In addition to 325 Gallic gold coins and 73 small gold bars, the treasure also contained a gold necklace, which could be dated to 90 - 80 BC on the basis of the enclosed coins.

The ends of the torques were hollow, but the necklace still weighed 756 g. The original of this Celtic Torque is now in the Musee d'Aquitaine in Bordeaux.
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