The bull’s horns and the cult mystery of the Roman underworld prominent among the military classes and practiced in subterranean temples, centred around the god overpowering and slaying a bull, known as the tauroctony.
The moon goddess, Luna, was the sole female permitted at a Mithraic ceremony, where the crescent moon was her symbol.
A 2″ long pewter antiqued horns pendant, in the shape of a crescent moon, with a bronzed mount at its centre.
On a 21″ (54cm) black curb chain.
Weight & Dimensions (approx.):
H: 48mm (1.89″) W: 39mm (1.54″) D: 9mm (0.35″) Weight: 26g (0.92oz)
Packaged in a FREE VELVET POUCH, including Alchemy guarantee and care instructions.
Materials & Origin:
Designed and hand made in England in fine English pewter. (Lead, cadmium & nickel compliant)