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 Pendant!
Available in bronze and sterling silver, this pendant is 1 ¾” by 1 ¼” (44 x 31 mm), and comes with an 18” gold or silver-tone steel chain.
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.