Shtof cock Polonsky ZHK
Shtof rare porcelain rooster production Polonsky ZHK 60s, height 26.5 cm. Without chips, cracks and restorations.
Shtof (him. Stof — large glass, bowl) — a unit of measurement of the volume of liquid used in the territory of the Russian Empire before the introduction of the metric system of measures. It was used, as a rule, when measuring the amount of wine and vodka drinks. 1 bottle = 1/10 buckets = 10 glasses = 1,2299 liters.
Currently, the Shtof is a beautiful souvenir bottle for vodka or other beverage.