Golden torque with decorated ends. The torque is 162 mm in diameter and fashioned from a solid gold bar 5,5 mm thick. The ends are decorated with a geometrical pattern consisting out of two triangles filled with circular patterns.

Iron Age, La TΓ©ne (500-200 B.C.). Found in Limburg, The Netherlands.

Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

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    Yes, people could craft amazing things like that waaaay back then.
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