Photo 4 shows the three additional boxes inside the large box to show the sizes. Photo 5 shows the first small box with three jesters dated 1986. It measure approximately 2 1/2 by 2 1/2" and the back says "made in USSR. Four tiny felt pads have been glued on to protect the bottom of the box (see photo 6). It is signed and dated, and the original authenticity tag is inside the box.Photo 7 shows the next small box. With a male and female who look like lovers and a man spying on them behind a tree.
The city looks like MSTERA although I don't read Russian so I could be wrong. It is signed by the artist.
The box measures approximately 3 inches wide by 2 1/2 inches tall. Original authenticity documents are in the box. See photos 7 & 8.
Photos 9, 10 and 11 show the final small box with what appears to be a maiden and a musician playing an instrument with the sun in the background. It is signed and dated on the front and the back says Made in the USSR. The authenticity document is inside the box (see photo 9). The boxes come not only from Palekh, but also from three other villages-Mstera.Fedoskino and Kholui - each with its own unique and individual style and interpretation. Fedoskino is noted for the way its artists achieve a.
Wondrously luminous quality on snow, dancers' costumes and flowers by the use. Of overlays of transparent colors. The designs are handpainted on a specially treated papier mache. Themselves are a feat of technical skill and are beautiful before a single stroke of.
The colors are oriental in inspiration - rich oranges, reds and. Yellows, brilliant blues and opulent golds-on backgrounds of jet black or red. The production is necessarily limited, but each box is surely worth waiting for.
Two, even if on the same subject, are ever exactly alike. For example, in the Coq. D'Or series, one box will show the presentation of the Golden Cockerel to King. Dodon by the Sorcerer, another may show Dodon and his courtiers, still another will.
Show King Dodon in his sumptuous bedroom with oriental rugs and draperies painted. In beautiful detail, while a fourth depicts the appearance of Queen Shemakha outside. Each of these boxes is a work of art. If you collect Russian Lacquer boxes, these would make a fine addition to your collection. Or give them to a collector or someone special as a unique vintage gift.
The item "Vintage Russian Lacquer Boxes Fedoskino Peasant Girls Signed & 3 bonus boxes" is in sale since Friday, October 27, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Russian". The seller is "bob1006w31" and is located in Thousand Oaks, California. This item can be shipped to United States.