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The Southdown is known as the "Babyface" in the US because it is relatively small and very cute. Personally I think it looks like a teddy bear. Wine growers use them to graze around the vines.

It was developed in Britain in the late 1700s and brought to the US shortly there after. The ewe stands about 5" tall. Her head and legs are porcelain and her body a cast stone (1 lb). Her fur is a woven wool from the same german source that Steiff teddy bears uses. Ht. 5 1/4"

Handmade Ceramic Sheep, English Babydoll Southdown Sheep Figure in Porcelain and Wool

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