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It is often said that art is open to interpretation, so we are going to let you decide your own meaning behind this delightfully suggestive vase!
Inspired by a piece made by the Nelson McCoy Pottery Company, this beautiful glazed ceramic Art Deco vase features an artfully nude woman sitting and holding a cornucopia between her legs.
Derived from the Latin cornu (horn) and copiae (abundance), the cornucopia -- or "horn of plenty" as it's often called -- traditionally represents abundance and nourishment. In more modern times, the cornucopia also has been used as a symbol of fertility, fortune and prosperity.
Whatever the meaning behind this cheeky little piece, it's guaranteed to turn a few heads and strike up some fun conversations!
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