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Pair of silver flanged earrings made using copies of Bronze Age Tools for the National Museum of Ireland. They each measure roughly 35mm and are surprisingly light weight. This sort of earring is similar to those made in West Africa today, but has a different cross-section. The same bronze tools may be used to create the flanged torcs that were popular between 1200 and 1000 BC.

Pair of silver flanged earrings made using copies of Bronze Age Tools for the National Museum of Ireland. They each measure roughly 35mm and are surprisingly light weight. This sort of earring is similar to those made in West Africa today, but has a different cross-section. The same bronze tools may be used to create the flanged torcs that were popular between 1200 and 1000 BC.
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