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- Order number: 12526
The Celts were the Central European peoples of the Iron Age and ancient times. Celtic mythology revered horses so much that there were goddesses (Rhiannon and Epona) for them. The Celts were the first "equestrian people" in Europe who used their horses in many ways. Their horses were quite small by today's standards, but they were fast and agile. They would be called ponies today.
Variants Article number: 12524 Celtic horse silver pendant with triskelion and three horse heads these are wonderfully detailed. The back is hammered so that the pendant always lies loosely on the skin. Diameter: 27mm, total length: 36mm, eyelet width: 6x5mm
Variant article number: 12526 Silver pendant with horse and Celtic knot motif. A total of three horses are shown, which are connected to one another by a dense network of nodes. The pendant is slightly curved forward, so that it is particularly comfortable to wear. Diameter: 31mm, total length: 41mm, eyelet width: 6x5mm
Variants Article number: 12527 Celtic horse pendant. Its torso is depicted as a complex Celtic knot. The trailer is arched forward, which on the one hand makes the horse very plastic and on the other hand increases the comfort due to the smaller contact area. Width: 42mm, total length: 30mm, eyelet width: 6x5mm
Variants Item number: 12528 Double-headed horse silver pendant Thor's hammer. Detailed silver pendant in the shape of a hammer. The ends are each shown as a horse's head. The pendant is open on the back so that it is comfortable to wear.
- Width 36mm
- Total length 42mm, width 5mm
|Length overall:||41mm, 37mm, 30mm|
|Symbol:||Celtic, Celtic knot, Horse, Triskele|