Gohasgv Side Table
Rain symbols signified renewal, fertility and change. Rain and raindrops were used as symbols to represent plentiful crops.
Water is also a common Native American symbol in writings and art, used to share ideas and history through generations. The water symbol visually looks like two parallel squiggly lines and was thought to represent purity, fertility, and life.
Rain symbols signified renewal, fertility and change. Rain and raindrops were used as symbols to represent plentiful crops. The meaning of the rain clouds was a magical symbol to promote good prospects in the future. The rain symbol is most often used by the Southwest Indian farmers who were dependent on rainfall for their crops. In Lakota Sioux mythology, Iya is a faceless and formless spirit monster of the thunderstorm, hurricane and tornado who eats humans and animals to satisfy his endless appetite. He is the eye of the storm, and offers protection to those caught in his wake. He travels with his storms in a fabulous tepee painted with magical symbols. The raindrop is our logo for Amatoya, for the purpose of eternal growth for Native American culture and art.
Superior lost wax bronze casting process, hand rubbed and finished in selected patina with a marble or glass top
Dimensions: 58” W x 18.25″ D x32”H
Metal finish options:
Satin Brass, Antique Brass, Aged Bronze, Light Bronze, Medium Bronze, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Polished Nickel, Satin Bronze, Satin Nickel, Statuary Bronze, (10% Up charge) – Gunsmoke, Antique Stainless (15% Up charge) – Oxide Patina
Additional Info: Brass wrapped Custom sizes & finishes available, Hand rubbed finish (variations may occur)
MADE to Order
*Custom sizes available