VINTAGE SILVER HORN OF PLENTY PENDANT
If you are looking for one of these, please do get in touch; I may well be able to obtain one for you.
This is a lovely example, in beautifully crafted Sterling Silver, of a stylised 'Cornucopia' - a lucky pendant/charm worn to attract abundance. In classical antiquity, the cornucopia was also called the 'horn of plenty', and was a symbol of fertility, abundance and nourishment. It was represented by a large horn-shaped container overflowing with produce, flowers or nuts. In the USA, the cornucopia is associated with Thanksgiving.
I have had this pendant/charm since the 1990s - reluctant sale as I have so much jewellery and have had luck in the fertility stakes. Time to pass it on. Age has given it some oxidisation marks, which I think adds to its character.
Shown here on our Rhodium plated Silver Curb Chain (sold separately).
**This item is preloved and as such is sold as is. Please use the photos to satisfy yourself as to the condition or visit the item instore, and ask any questions before purchase.**