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CELTIC LUNULA, a silver miniaturized replica of an Iron Age pendant (Moravia, Czech Republic). Lunula (luna, the moon) could signify many things to our ancestors – fertility and growth, protection against evil, a young girl (a virgin) or an enchantress. A discovery of a Roman casting mold, with a phallus and a lunula mold side by side, suggests, that the moon was seen as a female symbol in general.
- Material sterling silver
- Weight approx. 2.2 g
- Size 2.1 x 3.0 cm