Because of his frequent association with feral creatures, scholars often describe Cernunnos as the 'Lord of the Animals' or the 'Lord of Wild Things'.
The Horned God is one of the two primary deities found in numerous primordial European religions. He has been given various names and epithets, and represents the masculine aspect of these duotheistic theological systems. In common Pagan beliefs he is associated with untamed nature, male sexuality, hunting and the cycle of life.
Scuplted here seated cross legged on a tree stump with a coiled snake around one arm and torc held in the other, a snake bear cub and fawn at the base.
Arrives in decorative box. Solid cold cast resin bronze.
Very detailed. Weighty display piece.