These are from horse harness mounts found in the 2nd century CE, South Shields, Britain. These are very similar in style to the Clwyd chariot mount from 1st century CE Wales. The horse harnesses were made by the Brigantines of Northern Britain, who were a late Iron Age people of Ireland and Britain. They believed in the Triple Deity, or Triple Goddess, who represented the three stages of womanhood, the main the mother and the old wise woman. This design is possibly a symbol of this Celtic Goddess, or that of Epona, the Celtic Horse Goddess.