Celtic depiction of Cernnunos or the Horned God. He is known as the counterpart to the Goddess and associated with Yule and the death of the seasons.
He is the "Horned One", also known as Kernnunos.
Here is the youthful face of cernunnos, God of the wild wood, guardian of all living things. Reproduced from the famous Gundestrup Cauldron.
The Celtic Father of Animals with his companion Stag and Boar, is an archetype of mature masculine energy in balance with the natural world. Taken from the Gundestrup cauldron, this image shows the forest god in his typical yogic pose of meditative entrancement with nature. Around his neck Cernunnos wears the torc, commemorating his sacred marriage as husbandman to Mother Earth; with his right hand he bestows upon viewers a torc of initiation. Held under control in his intuitive left hand is the ram-headed serpent connoting male sexual power and vitality. This rich calm image is ideal for modern males seeking to rebalance away from dominator conditioning.
6" resin statue, black/green color finish