The La Tène period is the second Celtic cultural period, following the Hallstatt culture. Named after the municipality of La Tène, in the district of Neuchtel, Switzerland, it spread as far as Turkey, France and Scotland. The art was characterised by symmetrical knotwork and organic motives. The La Tène period ended after the Roman conquest.
This pendant is made after a jewellery from the Celtic La Tène period. It symbolizes the horse that the Celts worshipped in the goddess Epona. It is found in Mecklenburg, nowadays it is part of the museum collection of Harvard University.
It is made of bronze, its length is 5,6 cm and its width is 5,8 cm. The ring has a diameter of 5 mm.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
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