Acoma Wedding Vase/Made by Linda Concho
The wedding vase is a symbol of unity between a bride and groom. It is an ancient vessel still used in traditional Native American wedding ceremonies. One spout represents the husband and the other spout represents the wife. The looped handle represents unity achieved with marriage and the space created within the loop, represents the couple's circle of life. This vase would make a perfect wedding gift! It measures approximately 10 inches tall and 8 inches wide. Hand painted by Linda Concho of the Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico. This purchase allows Native Americans to continue to be employed in their traditional craft.