ABOUT THE PORTRAITS

We have an obsession. With portraits. Specifically portraits sourced from estate sales and auctions that no one else wants. They hang through our halls and in our rooms and welcome us with every turn, each one having their own personality. Now, they are living a new life on our tallow. Meet each one below. 

Some are currently featured on our tallow labels, and some are still awaiting their turns. Some have been given names. If you have name suggestions for the unnamed, let us know! 

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THE TALLOWISTS

The Portraits Behind the Logos

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ANITA BOUFFANT

Anita has sass, spunk, saltiness, and a whole lotta attitude! We think she must have been a waitress at a greasy spoon in a prior life. She now has the distinction of being the spokesperson for Anita's Tallow Talk - our whipped tallow body cream.


Anita was discovered at an estate sale in Olive Branch, MS in 2019.

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MAXIMILLIAN D'STACHE 

Max d'Stache is a Bavarian gentleman, though some may call him a rogue. Regardless, he has the ultimate stache. 

Max was discovered in a closet at an estate sale in Hernando, MS. 

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EDNA

Edna provides calmness and serenity in our otherwise chaotic house, hence her role as ambassador for Pillow Time, our calming answer to your insomnia. 

Edna was discovered at an estate sale in Helena, AR. 

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TOTO

Toto's namesake is our neighbor's dog, the original tester of Toto's Gnarly Nose + Ruff Paw Salve. The original Toto's nose was so miraculously healed by our salve that we decided we needed to make it available to other gnarly nosed pups. 

Toto the portrait was painted by Liz Haney of her dog, Ruby. Unfortunately, Toto the portrait still lives in Liz's house (unfortunately, because we want Toto the portrait all to ourselves). 

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UNNAMED

We have yet to name this beaut, but we have no doubt that she has great aspirations as a tallow spokesperson! Have a name for her? Let us know!

She was discovered at an estate sale in Hernando, MS.