Cernunnos is the 'Horned' God of fertility, life, animals, wealth and the underworld.
Cernunnos has existed since ancient times, traditionally a Celtic god, his name is inscribed upon the 1st-century Pillar of the Boatmen (a monumental roman column). This depiction links Cernunnos with sailors, commerce and suggests he was associated with material wealth. His frequent depiction and association with animals and creatures has led scholars to describe Cernunnos as the "peaceful god of nature and fruitfulness”.
Cernunnos deity is combined with other Horned and Antlered gods in some practices of Wicca and Paganism. Cycles of the Seasons of the year as well as cycle of life, death and rebirth are represented by the Horned God.
This representation of Cernunnos stands approximately 18cm tall and is a perfect addition to any altar.