The Celts were a group of people who lived in Europe during the Iron Age, roughly from the 8th century BC to the 1st century AD. They are known for their artistic and intricate metalwork, particularly in the form of Celtic jewelry. Some common types of Celtic jewelry that have been found by archaeologists include torcs (necklaces made of twisted metal), fibulas (brooches), and arm rings.
They also wore pendants, earrings, and other types of ornaments made of gold, silver, and other metals. Many of these items were adorned with intricate designs and symbols, such as spiral patterns and animal motifs, which were believed to have spiritual or magical significance