Celts jewellery deer amulet bronze
The Celtic god Cernunnos is companion to this amulets out of fine bronze. Originally the motive was found as a belt's fastening. It is dated to 350 BC. The interpretation of the stylised animals probably are deers. The famous depiction of the god on the kettle from Gundestrup was found 1891 in North Jutland in Denmark and comes from the 1st or 2nd century BC.
- dated to 475-350 BC
- replica of a belt's fastening as model
- fabricated in the lavish process of melting wax
The god of nature around your neck with you
For sure the decision for this amulet as a accompanying piece of jewellery is a good one! Because the god of nature Cernunnos was considered as the master of the animals and companion of the great goddess of Earth to the Celts. He was the god of nature, the forrest, fertility, strength of fathering, growth, reincarnation, way of the Cross, warriors, but also the god of love, wealth and riches. He strengthens vitality and fertility and embodies the holiness of free nature, freedom of the wilderness and of the human as a part of wild nature.
Life, love and light with Celtic pendant out of bronze
The Celtic god Canunnos symbolises the trinity: faith of nature, protection and feeding. According to the faith those were the demands on the true man: He had to feed his family, he had to protect it and he had to develop mentally. Everything else meant to waste valuable life and damaging nature. But only fathers were complete men according to the faith's rules of Pagans.
The horned deer by the way is considered as the patron of the sun and light on earth - the bringer of light - in many cultures of today, too.
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