Torc earrings (Blair Drummond)

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A pair of torc inspired earrings.

Scotland?s most important Iron Age gold hoard was discovered in 2009 near the town of Stirling by David Booth using a metal detector. The buried treasure consisted of four gold torcs; neck ornaments dating to around 300?100BC (towards the end of the Iron Age). Alongside tubular torc fragments and one torc of twisted wires were two made of fine, twisted gold, a style known as ribbon torcs on which this jewellery is based.

Matching necklace and bracelet available to form a set.

These earrings are especially available to accompany the Museum's exhibition Celts: art and identity.

  • Product Code: CMCN474940
  • Size: Approx. 3cm
  • Exhibition: Celts: art and identity
  • Material: brass with gold finish
  • Illustrations: Celts: art and identity

A pair of torc inspired earrings.

Scotland?s most important Iron Age gold hoard was discovered in 2009 near the town of Stirling by David Booth using a metal detector. The buried treasure consisted of four gold torcs; neck ornaments dating to around 300?100BC (towards the end of the Iron Age). Alongside tubular torc fragments and one torc of twisted wires were two made of fine, twisted gold, a style known as ribbon torcs on which this jewellery is based.

Matching necklace and bracelet available to form a set.

These earrings are especially available to accompany the Museum's exhibition Celts: art and identity.

  • Product Code: CMCN474940