Doll ("Chicken Ryaba")
Number of Seats: 4
||Stock #: 4m04
Kurochka (chicken) Ryaba(speckled)
Chicken (Kurochka) Ryaba is a Russian fairy tale about a very
poor Grandma and Grandpa whose chicken laid a golden egg for
Grandpa tried and tried to crack the egg but didn't succeed.
Then Grandma tried to crack the egg but couldn't. Little mouse
was passing by and swept the golden egg with its tale from the
table, the egg rolled, fell onto the floor and broke in pieces
. Grandma and Grandpa were very upset , cried a lot till the
Chicken Ryaba laid another egg for them , the ordinary one.
The nesting dolls that you
see here are made by a group of artists in Moscow, Russia.
Russian craftsmen have been making nesting dolls since the
mid-1700s. This lovely and entertaining art form has won a
multitude of awards and hearts worldwide.
The raw material used in
making the dolls are Lime logs, which are air dried for several
years. Every piece passes through as many as 15 turning operations.
The turning is all done by hand, and by eye. No measurements
are involved. All of these operations require great skill and
patience. The doll is then allowed to dry before being primed
These dolls also make a wonderful
and educational toy, developing their
coordination skills and the sense of shape and size.
Warning: Choking Hazard The primary safety concern with nesting dolls is that many of them contain small parts that might cause an infant to choke. Therefore, very few nesting dolls are appropriate for children 4 years of age, or younger. Please do not let your children put nesting dolls into their mouths! Small children can play with nesting dolls only under proper supervision and care of an adult.
a rich tradition and always turn into family heirlooms.
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