Cernunnos: the Antlered Celtic God of Nature. He is God of the Underworld and the Astral Plane, Lord of the Wild hunt, virility, fertility, physical love, woodlands, reincarnation, crossroads, wealth, commerce, warriors and the animals, His symbols are the stag, ram, bull, and horned serpent and holding torcs of power. These pewter Cernunnos charms may be worn as pendants or carried for object links to specific intentions. A link can be forged with the spiritual power that the charm represents, and it can also serve as a home for a Spirit which is welcomed to reside within it.
In Witchcraft and mystical practice an image of a Divinity may inspire our imaginations and serve as an emblem or symbol of our personal connection to that Spiritual Force, Guide, God or Goddess and/or Magickal Intention.
Pewter: a gray alloy of mostly Tin (ruled by Jupiter) with Copper (ruled by Venus) and antimony used as a hardener.