Cornucopias were originally made from goat horns. What better way to adorn your Thanksgiving table then this ancient symbol representing the gratitude of having food?
History: Derived from the Latin 'cornu'; meaning horn, and 'copia'; meaning plenty, "Horn of Plenty" is the literal translation, of this 5th century tradition from the Greeks. The Greeks called it Keras arnaltheias (Horn of Amalthea). As the name suggests, it symbolizes the harvest and having an abundance of food.
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