Grecian Woman Plumbed Rebecca 53" High
The story of Rebecca at the well comes from the Book of Genesis. The aged Abraham, wanting a wife for his son Isaac, sent his servant Eliezer to his homeland of Mesopotamia to find a suitable woman. Tired after his long journey, Eliezer stopped at a well and prayed for guidance. When Rebecca offered water to Eliezer and his camels, the old steward recognized her as the appointed bride and presented her with the betrothal jewels offered by the kneeling servant. This is the water feature of Rebecca and has two ways for for water to flow from the top of the urn on her shoulder to the other vase she holds in her hand. Has a clamp to turn either one on or off depending how you wish to have the water flow or just leave them both on for a sympathy of water flow. The tubing size is 1/2 in 2 places. The widest part of the statue, between the elbow and the pitcher, is 16" wide. Pump not included.