Russian Lacquer Box

USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene


USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene

USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene    USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene
USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene. Hello from FANCY ENDEAVOURS (previously savvyspyglasstreasures)! Here is a fantastic vintage Soviet Era hand painted Russian papier-mache lacquer hinged box for your consideration.

It is marked in several places. However, most of the markings are illegible to me. I can, of course, read the gold hand painted letting in the center of he bottom that reads, "Made in USSR".

The other lettering, I suppose are the Fedoskino factory name and the artist signature. However, what's great is that the original sales receipt from Russia is still with the box. There is hand written information and a stamp on one side and the bold Cyrillic on the right side, however, reads.

With the help of a Cyrillic translator, I was able to discern that it was made at the Fedoskino factory. But, that was about it! The hand painted scene is just gorgeous. It just kind of glows with a wonderful iridescent sheen. There is a church with three spires in the middle ground.

Trees in the foreground with a little bird at the foot of one broken tree in the snow. A wide expanse of a desolate lake or flat lands behind the church.

The artist signature is on the right-hand bottom of the scene. I cannot make out enough of it to try to get the name translated, unfortunately. The rest of the box is lacquered in black with the usual bright red interior. A FANCY treasure you must HAVE for yourself or a loved one! There is a small chip to the lacquer on one corner as shown.

There are the usual scratches on the bottom. The hinge has some age patina. However, the hinge works perfectly and the box is otherwise in excellent condition! 5 1/4" x 3 1/2" x 1 3/4 tall.

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Buckley (November 24, 1925 February 27, 2008). Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind. George Orwell (25 June 1903 21 January 1950). The item "USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene" is in sale since Friday, July 07, 2017.

This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Russian". The seller is "fancyendeavours" and is located in Ontario, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Provenance: Ownership History Not Available
  2. Country/Region of Manufacture: Russian Federation
  3. Maker: Fedoskino


USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene    USSR Fedoskino Russian Lacquer Box with Winter Snow Church Scene