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Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925

Standing Cow toby jug produced by Schafer & Vater of Rudolstadt, Germany, circa 1925. Cattle are large, domesticated, bovid ungulates widely kept as livestock. Mature female cattle are called cows and mature male cattle are bulls. Young female cattle are called heifers, young male cattle are oxen or bullocks, and castrated male cattle are known as steers. Cattle are commonly raised for meat, for dairy products, and for leather. As draft animals, they pull carts and farm implements. In India, cattle are sacred animals. Small breeds such as the miniature Zebu are kept as pets. This Standing Cow is all dressed up ready for a night on the town with good friends. His tail forms the handle of the jug.

Maker:

Schafer & Vater

Germany

circa 1925

Model #:

toby jug

Size:

medium

Height:

3 3/4"

Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925
Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925
Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925
Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925
Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925
Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925
Standing Cow toby jug - Schafer & Vater circa 1925
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