Limited edition: One of a Finds original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 find has a limited edition release of 448. Moo two. This charming pair of vintage wooden toys, discovered in the Rajasthan and Gujarat regions of India, depicts the sacred gais ("cow"), a Hindu symbol of wealth dating back to the Vedic period (1500–900 B.C.). Revered in the teachings of Lord Krishna as the living symbol of Mother Earth, the cow is treasured as a most important member of the family—which these figures can lovingly attest to. Just as a village's cows are brightly painted and decorated during Gopashtami ("cow holiday"), these handcarved found objects dating back up to 50 years were also once colorfully adorned and adored. While their once bright colors have now faded to a beautiful patina from years of love and hours of play, their charm lives on in this unique found collection. Intended for display as decorative objects only. Dimensions: 2"Wx7.5"Dx10"H large, 2"Wx5.75"Dx7"H small. Recycled wood, handcarved and handpainted. Lacquer finish. Size and design will vary from samples shown; each is unique. For decorative use only. Made in India.