Coventina is a Celtic goddess of springs and wells with important local significance at an area now known as Carrawburgh. Coventina’s Well, located at this site, was uncovered in 1876 and is thought to be from approximately 128 AD. Coventina is usually depicted as a partially dressed water nymph with in carvings, plaques and altars. She is associated with new beginnings, renewal and gentle inspiration. Despite her ancient origin, little more is known about Coventina.
This beautiful golden statue stands approximately 8cm tall and has exquisite detail. Perfect as a focus for divination rituals as well as a beautiful alter adornment.