Materials: Deer Antler
Notes: This is a stylized version of an image found in Pompeii and Herculaneum. The originals were much larger, had many more phalluses, and were well hung (!) with bells. They were house blessings, displayed in doorways and openings, and when the wind blew and the bells rang, it would bring blessings of abundance and fruitfulness to the dwelling.
For some reason this poor tintinnabulum is pictured without his bells. This can be remedied.