Pair of 17th century oak sculptures

Circa 1620

W 13" × H 18" × D 5"

Stock # Marh2923


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Pair of 17th century oak carved sculptures depicting two children holding cornucopias, original polychrome throughout.

Cornucopia comes from the Late Latin cornu copiae, which translates literally as “horn of plenty.” A traditional staple of feasts, the cornucopia is believed to represent the horn of a goat from Greek mythology.