The 8 oz Silver Antique Finish Troy the Bull Statue features Troy, with his head angled and his horns pressure forward as if he were getting ready to lead the full charge toward market growth. Troy gets his name from Troy ounces, which is the unit of measure used for metals. This unit of measure dates back to the Middle Ages, where it was first referred to as Troyes in France. Troy ounce is a commonly used measurement for establishing the weight of silver and gold.
When paired together, Ozzy the Bear and Troy the Bull can be shown at odds with one another. Ozzy has outstretched front paws, as if he is trying to halt the forward progress of the determined Troy.