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  • A Little Man with a Marigold Мужичок с ноготок Bogorodsk Carving

    "A Little Man with a Marigold" Bogorodsk Carving

    A Little Man with a Marigold (Мужичок с ноготок). A beloved poem by N. A. Nekrasov (1821-1878) from the collection "Peasant Children" (Крестьянские дети) published in 1861.  Fine detail. From Bogorodsk, Moscow region. No markings indicating it was...

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    Coachman in a Horse-Drawn Sleigh (Кучер в конных санях)

    "Coachman" Bogorodsk Carving

    Coachman in a Horse-Drawn Sleigh (Кучер в конных санях). Carved grouping consisting of a Horse-drawn Russian Sleigh and a Well-Dressed Man Riding and Holding the Reins. Horse is on a separate base and man is inside the sleigh, both which are applied...

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  • Realistic Wood Carving of a Small Brown Toad

    Toad (Zhaba) Carving [Svetlov]

    Realistic Detailed Carving of a Small Brown Toad. A bit of nature frozen in time. The talented Russian woodcarver has carved a small brown toad with painstaking detail. 2" in height, 2¾" in length. Carved in Moscow circa 1995 and signed on the...

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  • Dancing Bear (Bogorodsk)

    "Dancing Bear" Bogorodsk Carving

    Dancing Bear (Танцующий медведь). A real treat of a folk toy. Pull down on the string and the arms and legs begin to dance. Fully carved wood toy circa 1980 with a dark brown finish. Purple "Made in USSR" stamp on the back. 10½" top to...

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  • Bear Climbing a Tree Stump Bogorodsk Carving

    "Where's the Honey?" Bogorodsk Carving

    Bear Climbing a Tree Stump (Медведь, поднимающийся на пень). A superbly carved bear with a golden patina from Bogorodsk. Stump portion of the carving is hollowed out and can be used as a container or holder for dry flowers, etc. High...

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  • Large wooden carved spoon, Abramtsevo-Kudrino

    Large Spoon [Abramtsevo-Kudrino]

    Abramtsevo-Kudrino Spoon. Khotkovo. Carved lettering reads: "Сухая ложка рот дерет" ("A dry spoon will scratch your mouth"). This saying comes from ancient times when spoons were made from wood, but it is a metaphor for embarking upon a useless action...

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