Cernunnos Cold Cast Bronze Statue with Tea Light Holder
Often depicted with the antlers of a stag like Pan and Herne the Hunter, Cernunnos is the god of fertility, life, animals, wealth, and sometimes the underworld. Worshipped in many parts of the British Isles and western Europe, depictions of Cernunnos are found in early Christian literature, commentaries from Greek & Roman scholars, and archaeological evidence. Today many Pagan traditions honor Cernunnos as an aspect of the God, the embodiment of masculine energy, fertility, and power.
This piece is made of handpainted cold cast bronze and measures approximately 5¼" tall x 4½" wide x 4½" deep.
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