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Hand motifs are seen in abundance in Victorian jewelry and housewares. A hand holding a cornucopia was believed to symbolize abundance and good fortune, since the word cornucopia (cornu copiae) translated from Latin means "horn of plenty."
One look at this striking vase and it's easy to see why this particular motif was so popular.
This exquisite piece is hand blown in milky white glass with a fluted rim and pontil mark on the bottom. It is fashioned into the shape of a lady's hand holding a colorfully painted cornucopia. No detail is overlooked in this vase with even a ring placed on the finger and a frilly cuff adorning the wrist.
While many reproductions have been produced throughout the years, this piece is an original dating back to the 19th century.
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