- Lock ring
washer, see lockring, also see lokring"A lock ring is the name given by archaeologists to a type of jewelleryfrom Bronze Age Europe.
They are made from gold or bronze and are penannular, providing a slot that is thought to have been used for attaching them as earrings or as hair ornaments.
Irelandwas a centre of production in the British Isles though rings were made and used across the continent, notably by the Unetice cultureof central Europe.
* [http://www.gtj.org.uk/item.php?lang=en&id=25863&t=1 Lock rings found at Great Orme in Wales]
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