Cernunnos is the name given to depictions of a horned deity in Celtic studies. Although very little is know about Cernunnos, he has been identified as a god of nature or fertility, similar – one supposes – to the Greek god Pan or the Roman equivalent, Faunus. One distinction between Cernunnos and his Mediterranean counterparts is his sporting of antlers rather than ram horns.
Most of these horned and antlered gods were associated with the streams, trees, mountains and valleys, and fertility, and were often viewed as “peaceful god(s) of nature and fruitfulness.”
As this particular mask is not currently adorned with paint it may be displayed outdoors in your garden, surrounded by nature where it is most comfortable…