A rare sterling silver cow creamer by Israel Freeman & Son Ltd. as beautiful as it is cleverly functional. Notice the whimsical lid and the mouth of the cow where the cream pours out. Condition: Some wear throughout consistent with age and use though it appears to be minimal. The hinge is tight and the lid closes tightly. The underside of the lid is stamped 925 with a numeral 4. The tail is stamped on one side Sterling, 925, Germany and a numeral 4. The other side of the tail is stamped with IF & Son Ltd in an oval. I believe this is the hallmark of Israel & Son LTD. From what I have found, I Freeman & Son Ltd were registered as silver and plate dealers in London established around 1928. I believe this piece may have been manufactured in Germany and retailed by I Freeman & Son. This treasure measures approximately 2 7/8 inches to highest point of one horn by 1 ½ inches widest point including horn by 4 3/8 inches nose to tail. It weighs approximately 3.28 Troy ounces.