Celts jewellery little horse pendant bronze
So adorning, this little horse pendant out of bronze! That is really obligatory for all the fans of elegant steeds and lovers of horses! The pretty Celtic pendant for a chain is the rework of a fibula. The fibula's original comes form a burial of the earl times of Latène close to Württembergischen Schwieberdingen. It shows in in its way of design even still the characteristics of the earlier time of Hallstatt. The filigree and caringly design little horse is a massive casting out of real bronze, that was fabricated in the process of melting wax.
- pendant's size 20x30 mm
- including leather strap
- with jewellery bag out of cotton as a gift!
Horses in Celtic mythology
By the way horses appear often in the Celtics world, especially they adorned coins. Horses embodied probably the power of fighting for Celts, because aparte from boars horse were the most common motives on standards. It is probable as well of them being symbols of fertility for the Celts.
Furthermore worth knowing about the Celts
By the way the Celts as well were skilled farmers, cattle breeders and iron smiths. They even may have invented the iron mining! As a Celtic achievement is considered as well the tartan, men's ponytail and soap! Horses were strongly venerated and it is said, that the Celts as half-nomadic living people invented the trousers. Furthermore they were skilled in the fabrication of pottery out of clay and knew money coins and the goldsmith's art.
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