Hopi Wedding Vase c. 1930s, 12" x 7" (P2842)
- Circa: 1930s
- Size: 12'' x 7''
This pottery is in near excellent condition. There is some minor surface wear. There is a Hopi Villages Sticker on the bottom of the pot. Acquired from a private collection in Arizona. The wedding vase symbolizes the sanctity of marriage in the ceremony. One spout on the wedding vase represents the husband; the other, the wife. The handle in the middle of a wedding vase represents the unity that a husband and wife will achieve when they come together on their wedding day. The space between the handle and the two spouts is a representation of the couples’ circle of life.