Федоскино, лаковая миниатюра

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Russian lacquer miniature. Beautiful and smart princess, a character of traditional fairy tales

Russian lacquer miniature. Beautiful and smart princess, a character of traditional fairy tales

Paper mache with Fedoskino lacquer painting techniquein peony with a butterfly design miniature laquer jewllery box in the style of Zhostovo tray, Russia

Paper mache with Fedoskino lacquer painting techniquein peony with a butterfly design miniature laquer jewllery box in the style of Zhostovo tray, Russia

"The Three Maidens" by Boris Shavirin

"The Three Maidens" by Boris Shavirin

Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box Titled "Dirl with a Tray" Artist Dubavina

Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box Titled "Dirl with a Tray" Artist Dubavina

Fedoskino - Russian folk art

Fedoskino - Russian folk art

Fedoskino miniature -oh what s wonder. Russian traditional craft.   Сказочная Федоскинская миниатюра!

Fedoskino miniature -oh what s wonder. Russian traditional craft. Сказочная Федоскинская миниатюра!

"Narcissus" Fedoskino Lacquer box by Oleg Gavrilov

"Narcissus" Fedoskino Lacquer box by Oleg Gavrilov

Fedoskino - Oleg Gavrilov

Fedoskino - Oleg Gavrilov

Fedoskino: Borisova Olga - Girl with a Ribbon

Fedoskino: Borisova Olga - Girl with a Ribbon

rusoRussian Boxes Nesting Dolls This brightly colored folk art from Russia originated in the late 1800s. The dolls are made from pieces of soft wood and lathe turned for shaping and painting. Each village has its own style. They are traditional gift for infants in the Slavic culture implying fertility, eternal life and timelessness. The sets are often called "Matreshkas" which is an endearing term for the village mother of all children. Originally, all sets included a mother figure.

rusoRussian Boxes Nesting Dolls This brightly colored folk art from Russia originated in the late 1800s. The dolls are made from pieces of soft wood and lathe turned for shaping and painting. Each village has its own style. They are traditional gift for infants in the Slavic culture implying fertility, eternal life and timelessness. The sets are often called "Matreshkas" which is an endearing term for the village mother of all children. Originally, all sets included a mother figure.

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