Aquarius Urn (New Horizons)

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Type of houseware Aquarius Urn Furniture NH Inv Icon.png
Stars Series
Aquarius Urn
Buy price Sell price
Not for sale  22,125 Bells
Height Size
Boy 1 NH Silhouette.png
1.0 x 1.0 1.0 × 1.0
Obtain via  Crafting
Recipe Star Fragment
Aquarius Fragment
Gold Nugget
Stone
Recipe type Housewares
Recipe obtained via  Celeste
 Message Bottle (On boat tours)
Customize No customization options.
HHA themes Expensive / Bathroom
HHA points 301
Colors
White
 
Yellow
Variations
None
Names in other languages
 アクエリアスのみずがめ
 水瓶座水瓶
 vase Verseau
 vasija Acuario
 urna Acquario
 ваза Водолея
 물병자리 항아리
 水瓶座水瓶
 vase Verseau
 vasija Acuario
 Wassermann-Krug
 Waterman-kruik

The Aquarius Urn is a houseware item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It is part of the Stars Series.

The Aquarius Urn can be obtained from crafting, which requires Star Fragment, Aquarius Fragment, Gold Nugget, and Stone. The recipe for this item can be obtained from Celeste or from message bottles found on the Star Fragment island via Kapp'n's boat tours.

This item appears in the homes of Aurora, Boris, Colton, Elvis, Julian, Klaus, Knox, and Soleil. As a result, this item has a chance to be purchasable by the player if they were invited by any of the preceding villagers.

In Happy Home Paradise, this item is unlocked for use in designing when doing a vacation home request for Amelia‎‎, Diana‎‎, Julian‎‎, Klaus‎‎, Marina‎‎, Muffy‎‎, and Rod‎‎.

In the designing process of Happy Home Paradise, Klaus‎‎ and Marina‎‎ require this item to be placed in or outside their vacation home.

Description

When giving the Aquarius Urn to Celeste, she will say the following:

"The gods found themselves in need of a cupbearer to refresh their drinks as they lounged on Mount Olympus. Zeus, in the form of a great eagle, spotted an astonishingly handsome young man named Ganymede. He, er, convinced Ganymede to serve on Mount Olympus, though it meant he would never see his family again. To console Ganymede's parents, Zeus hung the cupbearer's image in the stars so they could see him. Before hearing this story, I had no idea there was so much drama in the lives of the extremely attractive!"

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