VINTAGE SILVER HORN OF PLENTY PENDANT
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, cornucopia is associated with Thanksgiving.
This horn is 35mm in length. Age has given it some oxidisation marks, which I think adds to its character. I cannot accurately date it as it came to me without a jump ring, which often carries the hallmark, but these were extremely popular in the 90s. Supplied with a large new Silver jump ring as pictured.
Shown here on our Rhodium plated Silver Curb Chain, and on my Silver Bead Mask Chain with an undeniable look of longing from Dustin! (both sold separately)
**This item is preloved and as such is sold as-is. Please use the photos to satisfy yourself as to the condition and ask any questions before purchase.**