These stubborn goats are made at the Gzhel porcelain factory. The product is depicted in the classic Gzhel style and clearly symbolizes the stubbornness of two animals. The form represents a bridge at the base and two goats that do not intend to give way, the master represents them turned to each other, he depicts them closely approaching their foreheads in a stable position of their feet. The artist draws the base with blue ornament, but he leaves white the plane on which the goats stand. The bodies of animals are decorated with Gzhel patterns. The horns, hooves, tail, and eyes are painted blue. The sculpture interprets the plot of the famous Russian poem Mikhalkov S. where two animals drowned in the river because of their stubbornness. The symbolism of this work will adorn your office and will be a constant reminder of this story.