There was a time when only the upper class had sheep grazing on their grass, and the sight of a lamb or ewe meant wealth and affluence. (It also kept the grass mowed.) Our curly-fleeced lamb is happy to be on display on "the grounds of your estate," and he looks forward to the comments from passers-by! Polyresin.
Comments about Product: I liked this lamb a lot, although I wish he was a bit bigger. The painted done for eyes etc. is very well done. It did not match the large grazing and standing sheep I already had but I liked him so much I just did not place them together. Put the baby lamb in the back yard under a small evergreen.
Comments about Product: I wish I had read down through the format of how to comment, but this is my first time of writing a product opinion. This lamb is great, just not as cuddly as shown in the picture. He looked wonderfully real, in our Christmas pagaent! This summer, he (and the two adult sheep) were the realistic touch to our new little country barn. Everyone who sees them, wants them!
Comments about Product: The little lamb is adorable, however it is slightly smaller than I thought it would be. I sort of imagined something the size of a medium dog, however, it's more like a tall chihuahua in size. I love the shape, expression and durability, but I think if it were more life-sized, it would be even better.