top of page
Untitled_Artwork - Copy (2).png
Cernunnos Statue
  • Cernunnos Statue

    Cernunnos is a deity associated with Celtic mythology, often depicted as a horned god. He is typically shown with antlers like a stag and is considered a god of nature, fertility, animals, and the underworld. The most famous depiction of Cernunnos is found on the Gundestrup Cauldron, a silver vessel from the 1st century BCE discovered in Denmark. This image portrays him seated in a cross-legged position, holding a torque (a symbol of nobility and power) and a serpent with ram's horns, surrounded by various animals.

    Cernunnos is sometimes linked to later folklore figures like the Green Man and the Horned God of Wicca. His imagery is believed to represent the cycles of nature, life, death, and rebirth, and he is often seen as a protector of the forest and its creatures. Though much about Cernunnos remains speculative due to the limited historical sources, he continues to be a significant figure in modern pagan and neo-pagan traditions.

    Size:- 5” x 2” x 6.5” (flat back).

      Only 1 left in stock
      bottom of page