The Steve Miller Cernunnos Solid Yellow Gold Spinner Ring GRI2387
The Steve Miller Cernunnos Solid Yellow Gold Spinner Ring is a masterpiece of craftsmanship and artistry, seamlessly blending ancient symbolism with modern design. Named after the Celtic god Cernunnos, the ring features a finely detailed depiction of this deity, the horned god of nature and fertility, intricately engraved onto a solid gold band. The spinner element adds a dynamic touch, allowing the wearer to interact with the ring, creating a tactile experience that connects them to the rich history and spirituality embodied by Cernunnos.
The use of high-quality materials ensures durability and a luxurious feel. This ring is not just a piece of jewelry; it's a symbolic statement, embodying a harmonious blend of tradition and contemporary style. Whether worn as a personal talisman or a unique fashion accessory, the Steve Miller Cernunnos Solid Yellow Gold Spinner Ring is a testament to the enduring allure of ancient legends and the skillful artistry of modern jewelry design.
Cernunnos is the ancient Proto-Celtic deity of male fertility and wild animals. Cernunnos has been referred to as “the Horned One.” He is also known as the lord of the wild. Cernunnos is often depicted in the Gallo-Roman religion as seated, cross-legged with antlers and a torc, and is associated with stags, dogs, bulls and horned serpents. The outside and inside bands of this spinner ring include depictions and iconography of both Gaulish and Thracian origin from the Gundestrup cauldron.
- 14 Karat or 18 Karat Solid Yellow Gold
- Band size 1.3 cm. (0.51")