Triscele Wrist Torc
Found on the entrance of the ancient Newgrange monument in Ireland the Triscele, with its triple coils, signifies the past, present and future, the three elements of land, sea and sky and is said to protect against negative influences.
Gods and Goddesses of Celtic Mythology were frequently shown wearing Torcs. They were a sign of nobility, strength, power, high social status, and were awarded to warriors for great achievements in battle. Made from intertwined metal strands usually in gold or bronze, and often with animal heads at both ends.
Inside C (mm): 190
Note: C = inside circumference including gap. D = inside diameter.