Celtic Cernunnos Trinket Box


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The ancient Celts had a horned god called Cernunnos. He was the god of the forest. The Celtic Cernunnos Trinket Box depicts that mythical figure. Made from polystone, the lid of the hand-painted box shows the god sitting on the forest floor. He has antlers coming out of his head as well as furry legs that end in hooves. He holds a torc in one hand and a snake in the other. A bear stands on the right of the figure while a wolf stands on the left. Further in the background is a stag. This removable lid has an arched outline. Three of the sides are straight with the fourth rounded. Next, Celtic knotwork patterns adorn the sides of the grey box. A circular knot sits in the center of each side surrounded by additional knotwork. Add this trinket box to your home or office decor. It makes a great Wiccan collectible.

Key Features:

  • Depicts the Celtic god of the forest
  • Knotwork design
  • Lid is fully removable
  • Intricately detailed
  • Great collectible or decor piece


  • Made from polystone


  • Length: 6.1 Inches
  • Width: 3.4 Inches
  • Height: 2.4 Inches

Measurements are approximate.


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