Bull and bear sculptures are very common in our life. They are also one of the most popular animal sculptures. Take a look at our bull and bear sculpture. The bull is fighting with a bear. The bull bashed his head against the bear. The dude’s probably hurting from the impact and howling with his mouth open. In fact, bulls and bears are the symbols of the stock market. We often see the bull and bear sculpture at the gate of the stock market, because the bull has a good symbol in the stock market.
Bulls and bears are long-term symbols of optimism and pessimism about the stock market’s prospects, respectively. This symbolism has its roots on the trading floor of the London Stock Exchange during the Crimean War. During the Crimean War, the British personified in political cartoons was John Bull, while the Russian was often depicted as a bear. A museum intern offered an alternative explanation, based on the two animals’ fighting styles and similarities to market behavior. The word “bear” dates back to 1709 when it was used as a shorthand for the profession of bearskin worker. The name “bearskin merchant” comes from a proverb emphasizing the practice of selling bearskins before catching the bear. In a more modern sense, a bear is a person who sells shares in anticipation of a fall in prices in the hope of future compensation. You can see our bull and bear sculpture in many places. Aongking also has more bear sculptures for you to choose from.