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This russian nesting doll which I would like to present to you is unique and one of the kind. The fantastic world ofAlice in Wonderland is presented on this hand painted 7 piece set. All of your favorite characters from the story are pictured here. | eBay!

UNIQUE Nesting Doll ALICE in Wonderland 7 piece set Hand Painted ONE OF THE KIND

This russian nesting doll which I would like to present to you is unique and one of the kind. The fantastic world ofAlice in Wonderland is presented on this hand painted 7 piece set. All of your favorite characters from the story are pictured here.

1 вида искусства акварель Roly Poly матрешка русского автора кукла lyubavushka

1 вида искусства акварель Roly Poly матрешка русского автора кукла lyubavushka

Елена Молебнова

Елена Молебнова

Russian UNIQUE MATT wobbly DOLL Rolly Polly Babushka White Cat hand painted GIFT | eBay

Russian UNIQUE MATT wobbly DOLL Rolly Polly Babushka White Cat hand painted GIFT | eBay

Rolypoly 9cm Hand Painted by The Artist Olga Tolstikhina | eBay

RolyPoly 9cm, hand painted by the artist Olga Tolstikhina

RolyPoly hand painted by the artist Olga Tolstikhina

Unique Russian Nesting DOLL Hand Painted in watercolor One of kind Babushka set | eBay

Unique Russian Nesting DOLL Hand Painted in watercolor One of kind Babushka set

Russian nesting doll (stacking doll) or Matryoshka doll is a set of dolls decreasing in sizes placed one inside another. The word “mah-tr-o-sh-kah” is related to the old Russian word mat, meaning “mother“.

Е.Карпова

Е.Карпова

Russian Matryoshka - Wooden Nesting Dolls - 5 Pieces Unique Coloring - Set #9 | eBay

Russian Matryoshka - Wooden Nesting Dolls - 5 Pieces Unique Coloring - Set in Dolls & Bears, Dolls, By Material, Wood

Russian PRINCESS Nesting DOLL Hand Carved Hand Painted Babushka Collectible | eBay

The first Russian Matryoshka nested doll set was carved in 1890 by Vasily Zvyozdochkin from a design by Sergey Malyutin, who was a folk crafts painter in the Abramtsevo estate of Savva Mamontov, a Russian industrialist and patron of arts.

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