The second version is 10mm wide but utilizes Celtic sprials from an iron age sword scabbard from 100 BCE.
There is evidence that the Uffington Horse actually dates to early bronze age because the same design is found on celtic coinage of that era. There are a few other hill figures near it as well. The horse was a representation of energy, strength and independence.
Available in two designs.
Code (click to order) - Description
R-77 (10mm wide shank- high polished)
R-207 (10mm wide -spiral shank)
R-475 (7.5mm wide -spiral shank)
Each in sterling silver: $145.00
Please add $250 for raised gold edges
Please email me if you would like a quote in Gold or Platinum.
Other Horse Rings include Slephnir