Arduinna is the Goddess of the Ardennes forest, located in parts of modern-day Belgium, Luxembourg, France, and Germany. It is a region of mountainous terrain and lush valleys that is still known for its untouched beauty. Arduinna is associated with the boar, an animal widely honored in Celtic thought for its fierce nature, and She is portrayed riding a boar. The Romans equated Her with their Diana, as Goddess of the wild woods and the animals that live there.
The original is quite small, only about two and a half inches tall, and is done in ballpoint pen.