ST. HELIER, JERSEY—A large, solid gold torque, or neck ornament, has been partially excavated from a hoard of coins and other jewelry discovered on the island of Jersey. The torque has a massive decoration where it probably locked around the wearer’s neck. The conservation team from Jersey Heritage does not know yet if the ring is complete because it is still covered with coins. “We did see some gold jewelry on the surface of the hoard, but since we’ve started looking at this shoe-box sized area, we’ve uncovered a total of six torques, five of which are gold and one of which we believe to be gold-plated. This is the only one that we think is whole, though,” Neil Mahrer of the Jersey Museum told Culture 24.