Celtic Boar Charm

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Celtic boar amulet - bronze
Celtic boar amulet - bronze
Celtic boar charm - silver plated
Celtic boar charm - silver plated
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Celtic boar charm in nature
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Filigree Celtic charm with the depiction of a boar.

A Celtic boar as a pendant - a filigree necklace and beautiful accessory for historical representation.

Among the Celts, the boar was particularly regarded as an expression of martial strength in battle.

Dimensions: 3 x 2.2 cm.

The charm is made of high-quality bronze and also available in real silver-plated.

A black leather strap for the boar pendant is included.

The Germanic and Celtic tribes had a certain penchant for wild boar, as evidenced by some of the tribal names. The tribes of the "eburones" and "eburovici" already have the boar in their names. Ebur is Old High German and means boar. Personal names such as Ebbo, Eberhard, Ebroin, Eburgrim, Eburhelm, Eburroc, Eofor, Everhelm, Everman also point to this. The legendary Irish warrior Conan was compared to a boar and the strange epithet of the Danish king Harald "battle tooth" possibly refers to the tusks of a wild boar. Moreover, pigs were the most important domestic animals of the Celts and, according to some island Celtic sagas, they are said to have come from the Otherworld. They were particularly popular as grave goods for the afterlife and can also be found as a field sign and helmet cimier for warriors (for example on the cauldron of Gundestrup) and as a decoration on torques ("neck rings").
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Filigree Celtic charm with the depiction of a boar.

A Celtic boar as a pendant - a filigree necklace and beautiful accessory for historical representation.

Among the Celts, the boar was particularly regarded as an expression of martial strength in battle.

Dimensions: 3 x 2.2 cm.

The charm is made of high-quality bronze and also available in real silver-plated.

A black leather strap for the boar pendant is included.

The Germanic and Celtic tribes had a certain penchant for wild boar, as evidenced by some of the tribal names. The tribes of the "eburones" and "eburovici" already have the boar in their names. Ebur is Old High German and means boar. Personal names such as Ebbo, Eberhard, Ebroin, Eburgrim, Eburhelm, Eburroc, Eofor, Everhelm, Everman also point to this. The legendary Irish warrior Conan was compared to a boar and the strange epithet of the Danish king Harald "battle tooth" possibly refers to the tusks of a wild boar. Moreover, pigs were the most important domestic animals of the Celts and, according to some island Celtic sagas, they are said to have come from the Otherworld. They were particularly popular as grave goods for the afterlife and can also be found as a field sign and helmet cimier for warriors (for example on the cauldron of Gundestrup) and as a decoration on torques ("neck rings").
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