Celtic Epona Inverurie Sterling Silver Necklace

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The horse was a symbol of sovereignty in the Celtic cultures. When shown as a mare, the horse represented the power of the Mother Goddess. The Mother Goddess was known as Epona to the Gauls, Rhiannon to the Welsh and Macha to the Irish. The horses are based on a Pictish horse engraving found on a stone in Inverurie, Scotland.

This beautiful raised relief sterling silver design features ‘Epona’ from the Gaulish word for “horse”, epos. Her name means “Divine Mare”.


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