Tag Archives: cow statue

cow and girl statue

1.Introduction of cow and girl statue Cow and girl statue is a little girl wearing a skirt and a hat, holding a bucket in one hand and holding the reins of the cow in the other hand. The cow walks behind her. This sculpture makes the shape of the cow lifelike, the soft texture of […]

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cow and calf sculpture

1.Introduction of cow and calf sculpture Cow and calf sculpture is made of bronze. Are you looking for quality sculptures to decorate your garden? Look at this exquisite statue of the bronze cow. The strong bronze cow is marching forward. The young calf follows his mother’s footsteps with his head down. It looks very cute. […]

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Cow with calf statue

1.Introduction of cow with calf statue Cow with calf statue is a cow standing there watching the scenery around. Next to it is a calf lying on the ground to rest, just like the real two cows resting there. It looks very comfortable and natural. It seems to record the life scenes of the two […]

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life size cow sculpture

1.Introduction of life size cow sculpture It is a life size cow sculpture. Its strong muscles are full of strength. The horn on its head is like a real horn, with natural colors. The front legs are bent forward. Its muscles are particularly developed. Its hair is short and shiny, and its body looks full […]

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bronze cattle sculpture

1.Introduction of bronze cattle sculpture This is a podolica bronze cattle sculpture with unique design. Podolica cattle are medium-sized animals with black skin. Their color is usually gray or black. The colors of bulls and cows are very different. Bulls are darker and may be almost black, while cows are light gray and tend to […]

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life size cow statue

1.Introduction of life size cow statue Life size cow statue is very popular decoration, Cattle is a symbol of wealth in western culture. According to the records of the Bible Exodus, the Israelites soon ran away from Egypt, followed the customs they had been exposed to in Egypt, and used the image of cattle to […]

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