Horse pendant with 18″ chain. The Celts were supreme horsemen. The horse was a significant symbol for them. The horse was also associated with Epona, the Celtic goddess of fruitfulness
- Handcrafted in the USA
- Bronze or Silver
- In the Shape of a Horse
- Usually in Stock
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The Celtic Croft carries an assortment of American made bronze and silver jewelry made in Nordic and Celtic styles. The crafter that makes them specializes in Viking age jewelry. This pendant will match your torc, torc bracelet, or zoomorphic penannular brooch.
We carry the following types of torcs: Fox, Bear, Horse, Ram, Celtic Dragon, Falcon, Norse Bear, Chieftain’s Torc, Greyhound, Lion, Norse Raven, Stag, Triskele, Stag of Cernunnos, Leopard, Norse Wolf, Spiral, Boar, Cat, Griffin, Raven, Snake, Thistle, Viking Dragon, and Wolf.
Stand out with your very own torc bracelet! We offer dragon, raven, spiral, viking dragon, bear, spiral, thistle, griffin, ram, cat, boar, horse, falcon, celtic wolf, fox, triskele, greyhound, snake, and stag bracelets.
You’ll love our line of plant and animal penannular brooches! Bestsellers in this category include our Wolf, Dragon, Raven, Thistle, and Griffon brooches. We also carry Lion, Bear, Cat, Boar, Ram, and Falcon brooches.
Epona and Celtic Horses
The Celtic goddess Epona protected horses, ponies, donkeys, and mules. Throughout the ancient world, horses acted as an important mode of transportation before the invention of cars. Ancient Chinese nobles often buried their emperors with horses and chariots. You can imagine horses were highly esteemed in much the way cars are today. With that in mind, it’s no wonder the goddess Epona was so important in Gallo-Roman religion. People often placed images of Epona in their stables. The British Museum holds a Roman bronze statue of Epona flanked by a mare and stallion that was found in England. Our horse bracelet is a great way to pay homage to an important animal from ancient history, and to your Celtic ancestors.