Power, Freedom, Victory in War. The Celts were skilled horsemen and the horse was a powerful symbol of nobility and kingship. Gallop through your day with the Talismanic Horse Pin!
This pin is 1.75” by 1.25” (44 x 31 mm) and comes in both bronze and sterling silver. It features a modern pinback suitable for pinning to most any clothing.
Symbolism of the Horse
Horses have aided humankind, according to some accounts, for over 6,000 years. Once used only for meat, the horse soon became invaluable as a bearer of burdens, tiller of soil, and mount during times of war.
The Celts had an important relationship with horses. According to legend, the horse was a beast belonging to the Sun god, and it was assigned to its place as a mount for the Goddess Epona.