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Viking Torque with Wolf Heads

Art.Nr.: 07 Torque Wolf
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Wolf head neck ring - silver plated
Wolf head neck ring - silver plated
Wolf head Viking torque - bronze
Wolf head Viking torque - bronze
Viking neck ring with wolf head
Viking neck ring with wolf head
Torque with wolf head - detail
Torque with wolf head - detail
Viking wolf heads torques
Viking wolf heads torques
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Viking torque with wolf heads.

The Viking torque that you can buy here is made of two elegantly twisted bronze wires that end in small wolf heads.

The model for this Viking jewellery was the Thor's hammer from Fossi in Iceland, which was decorated with such a wolf's head. Link to the historical model...

The Viking Torque is suitable for a neck circumference of 32 to 40 cm.
The diameter is about 14 - 17 cm. Total length 35 cm. This makes the neck ring suitable for both women and slim men.

The Viking choker has a wire thickness of 4.5 mm and at 56 grams is very light and comfortable to wear, so that the choker is hardly noticeable after a short time.

The neck ring is available in high-quality bronze and silver-plated. Alloy...

Typical of Viking torques are several bronze wires twisted together to ensure good flexibility of the choker, which can thus be easily bent open and closed and thus easily put on.

The torque is generally known as the neck ring of the Celtic warrior, but almost all Central European peoples of antiquity also wore a neck ring. Until the Migration Period, torques were even worn by women among the Germanic peoples.

Only in the course of late antiquity did the torque become purely male jewellery and remained widespread in northern Europe even into the Viking Age.

The neck rings of the Viking Age were usually made of slim silver or bronze wires in twisted or braided form and ended in a hook fastener or in sculpturally designed animal ends.
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Viking torque with wolf heads.

The Viking torque that you can buy here is made of two elegantly twisted bronze wires that end in small wolf heads.

The model for this Viking jewellery was the Thor's hammer from Fossi in Iceland, which was decorated with such a wolf's head. Link to the historical model...

The Viking Torque is suitable for a neck circumference of 32 to 40 cm.
The diameter is about 14 - 17 cm. Total length 35 cm. This makes the neck ring suitable for both women and slim men.

The Viking choker has a wire thickness of 4.5 mm and at 56 grams is very light and comfortable to wear, so that the choker is hardly noticeable after a short time.

The neck ring is available in high-quality bronze and silver-plated. Alloy...

Typical of Viking torques are several bronze wires twisted together to ensure good flexibility of the choker, which can thus be easily bent open and closed and thus easily put on.

The torque is generally known as the neck ring of the Celtic warrior, but almost all Central European peoples of antiquity also wore a neck ring. Until the Migration Period, torques were even worn by women among the Germanic peoples.

Only in the course of late antiquity did the torque become purely male jewellery and remained widespread in northern Europe even into the Viking Age.

The neck rings of the Viking Age were usually made of slim silver or bronze wires in twisted or braided form and ended in a hook fastener or in sculpturally designed animal ends.
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