Celtic Bronze Age Spiral Ring


A Celtic bronze ring featuring two large spiral motifs, formed from a single stretch of wire. The wire loops three times to form a central finger hole. Covered in a beautiful green patination.

Date: Circa 1200-800 BC
Period: Bronze Age
Provenance: Private collection, J.L Collection acquired by descent.
Condition: Very good. Patination to the whole piece.


SKU: AH-698 Category: Tags: ,

The Celtic spiral is a dynamic and popular symbol, indicative of endless movement and in use from the Neolithic period (circa 5000 BC). Bronze craftsmen continued to use the pattern during the Bronze Age, though more flamboyant and flatter spiral patterns were favoured.

To discover more about spirals in Celtic culture, please visit our relevant blog post:The Symbolism of the Spiral in Celtic Imagery.

Weight 29.2 g
Dimensions W 7 cm



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