Cernunnos, Horned God, Ancient Art, God of Nature and Fertility
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This piece is of the Ancient Horned God Cernunnos in one of his most widely depicted art scenes. Cernunnos (pronounced as: sr-nuh-nowz) has the body of a man with large stag antlers. He sits crossed legged holding a torc (a sacred neck ornament) in one hand and a snake in the other. Such wonderfully diverse piece that could be added to most home decor to create a nice conversation piece. This piece has a flat back designed to rest perfectly flush against a wall for those with limited shelf space.
This brand new statue is composed of a high quality heavy resin and hand painted to give it an vintage feel. Measures approximately 6 inches tall, 4 3/4 inches wide and 1 3/4 inches deep. Because this is a hand painted item the finish may vary slightly.
Cernunnos is the god of nature, plants, animals and fertility. Originally a Celtic Deity that was later heavily adopted by the Romans. In more modern times he is associated as a Wiccan horned God.