To make this flanged torc,
the craftsman hammered up three flanges of one cm height and 1 mm thickness.
On the right side of the outer flange, a hole ruptured while the flange was
being hammered or while the torc was being twisted. Because untwisted flanged
torcs are unusual, it seems that the hole deterred him/her from finishing it.
The round terminals are bent back and locked together.
This torc was found with a ribbon torc during the process of disc-harrowing a field. The torcs had been deposited in damp land on the edge of a swamp. Archaeologists determined this torc to have been made during the late Bronze Age.