Celtic Sterling Silver Cernunnos Cut-out Designed Pendant

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Vintage Sterling Silver Cernunnos Pendant

Cernunnos’ name comes to us from the Pillar of the Boatman, a first-century carving found in what is now Paris. The earliest known depictions of Cernunnos were found at Val Camonica, in northern Italy, which was under Celtic occupation from about 400 bc. He was also portrayed on the Gundestrup Caldron, a silver ritual vessel found at Gundestrup in Jutland, Den., and dating to about the 1st-century bc.

Sterling Pendant: 

Length: 49 mm
Width: 33.5 mm
Other: Finely Made Bail
Shape/Style: Cernunnos God
Weight in Grams: 4.62
Hallmarks and Stamps: 925, Unknown Makers Mark

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