Torcs are metal rings that are worn around the neck, arms, wrists or ankles. Found variously in the archaeological record, Torcs continue to be a timeless jewellery art form worn by men and women. Popular with the Celtic peoples, historical testimonies describe warriors boldly going into battle wearing solely torcs. Boudicca, queen of the Iceni, famous for her bravery against the Roman Invaders (AD 62) reportedly wore a neck torc. Not surprisingly, Torcs have come to represent powerful tribal objects.