Cernunnos, the Forest Lord, also known by Celts as the Horned One, was the antlered God of the Forest and Prosperity. He often carried a sack that spilled out coins and grain. To symbolize the aspect of the Provider, there are seven coins hidden within the piece, each carved with a symbol of Cernunnos. The right side of his face is decorated with holly, the left side with oak and mistletoe. His classic torc is worn at his neck and his ram-headed snake coils among the seven tines of his antlers. Cernunnos depictions are found all over Europe.
Size: 7 1/2"h x 7"w x 2"d