While the iconic torque/torc, with its decorated finials, is the the symbol of the Celtic age to many, far simpler neck rings were also in fashion, and where possibly more common in certain times and places. (Note here that the term neckring and torc are also used interchangeably, but I am opting to make a personal distinction here with my terminology to hopefully avoid some confusion.)
In addition to the neckrings, several of the graves had very interesting triangular pendants in bronze. They were not all identical but were all roughly an inch across. Some had finials at the corners, others had a decorative “bump” in the center of each leg. In some cases it appears that they were part of a necklace, and in others it is unsure.
I have also collected the data from the Durrnberg finds regarding frequency of decorated neck rings, types of closures, and where the triangular pendants have been found, but I need to compile it into a document digestible to those who do not read my rambling shorthand. At some point I hope to upload that information here.