Ten of these torcs are held in museums in Scotland, seven in the British Museum, and two in the Pitt Rivers Museum.
This type is known a 'ribbon torc', and has a left-hand spiral twist with hook ends. It is quite small, suggesting it was worn around the arm or wrist rather than as a neck ornament. Ribbon torcs date to the Middle Bronze Age (1400 to 1100BC) at the earliest, and the Iron Age (300 to 100BC) at the latest.
Accession number: PRM Founding Collection; 1884.78.26