"In classical antiquity, the cornucopia /ˌkɔːrnjəˈkoʊpiə, ˌkɔːrnə-, ˌkɔːrnu-, ˌkɔːrnju-/ (from Latin cornu copiae), also called the horn of plenty, was a symbol of abundance and nourishment, commonly a large horn-shaped container overflowing with produce, flowers or nuts.

Baskets or paniers of this form were traditionally used in western Asia and Europe to hold and carry newly harvested food products. The horn-shaped basket would be worn on the back or slung around the torso, leaving the harvester´s hands free for picking." - ( 07.03.2020)

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Füllhorn des HunsrückschiefersTakenplatte, BlütenbukettMenage mit Volutengriffen"Fortuna mit Füllhorn"Kaminplatte, Hochzeitskranz"Liebeserklärung"
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