Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed

This is a beautiful and unique hand carved and TOTALLY HAND PAINTED Russian Santa Figure made to order by Russian Artist Obychova. The Figure is 22 cm or 8 5/8 inches tall. It is signed by the Russian Artist with the signature in russian. The Nativity of Jesus , or simply. The Nativity , refers to the accounts of the. Provides two accounts of the birth of Jesus: one in the. And the other in the. While other early nativity accounts, namely. S and that of the. Appear to harmonize them. The birth narratives of Matthew and Luke have some elements in common. They both relate that Jesus of Nazareth was the child of. Who was betrothed to. A descendant of the Biblical. The narratives also present the conception, preceded by an angelic. Not as the result of marital relations, but of the power of the. Virgin birth of Jesus. Is silent on the nativity, as is the. Some scholars see the Gospel accounts of the nativity as different, conflicting narratives while others defend the historicity of the birth narratives, noting the distinct perspectives of the Evangelists. The remembrance and re-enactment of the Nativity in the. Signifies their belief that Jesus is the “Christ” or. Or second person of the. The main religious celebration among members of the Catholic Church. And other Christian groups is the Church service at midnight on. Or on the morning of. During the forty days leading up to Christmas, the. While the majority of Christian congregations including the. Begin observing the liturgical season of. In the culture of the eastern Slavs. The traditional character Ded Moroz Russian. Plays a role similar to that of Santa Claus. The literal translation of the name would be Grandfather Frost. However, English-speakers traditionally translate his name as Father Frost. Ded Moroz brings presents to children. However, unlike the clandestine ways of Santa Claus, he often brings them in person, at the celebrations of the New Year. At New Year parties. For kids by the New Year Tree. The “in-person” gifts only occur at big organized celebrations, where the gifts can be standardized. The clandestine operations of placing the gifts under the New Year tree still occur while the children are young. Ded Moroz is accompanied by Snegurochka. Or’Snow Maiden’, his granddaughter. The traditional appearance of Ded Moroz has a close resemblance to that of Santa Claus, with his red coat, boots and long white beard. Specifically, Ded Moroz wears a heel-long red fur coat. A semi-round fur hat, and white valenki. Or high boots sapogi. , silver or red with silver ornament. Unlike Santa Claus, he walks with a long magical staff, does not say “Ho, ho, ho, ” and drives no reindeer. The official residence of Ded Moroz in Russia. Is the town of Veliky Ustyug. His roots are in pagan. Beliefs, but since the 19th century his attributes and legend have been shaped by literary influences. He, together with Snegurochka, were “fleshed out” from a kind of a winter sprite. Into what he is now. The fairy tale play Snegurochka. By the famous Russian playwright. Was influential in this respect, followed by Rimsky-Korsakov. Based on the play. Only by the end of the 19th century did Ded Moroz win a “competition” between the various mythical figures who were in charge of New Year presents: including Grandfather Nicholas, Santa Claus, Ded Treskun, Morozko and simply Moroz. Called to boycott Christmas trees as a tradition, originating from Germany Russia’s enemy during World War I. In the Russian SFSR. And the Soviet Union. Christmas trees were banned until 1935 because they were considered to be a “bourgeois and religious prejudice”. The New Year’s tree was revived in the USSR. After the famous letter by Pavel Postyshev. Where he asked for New Year trees to be installed in schools, children’s homes, Young Pioneer Palaces. Children’s clubs, children’s theaters and cinema theaters. In subsequent years, an invitation to the New Year Tree. At the Palace of Unions became a matter of honor for Soviet. The color of the coat that Ded Moroz wore was changed several times. So as not to be confused with Santa Claus, it was often blue. Ordered Palace of Unions’ Ded Morozes to wear only blue coats. During the times of the Soviet Union’s dominance over Eastern Europe. Ded Moroz was officially introduced in many national traditions, despite being alien to them. Following the fall of the Soviet Union. There have been efforts to revive local characters. Please leave feedback once you have recived the item so that i know it has arrived safely. I will leave feedback in return. We speak French , English , German and Russian. Smoke & Pet Free Item. The item “Wooden Figure Carved Russian Doll Father Christmas Santa UNIQUE NATIVITY signed” is in sale since Sunday, October 29, 2017. This item is in the category “Home, Furniture & DIY\Celebrations & Occasions\Christmas Decorations & Trees\Figurines”. The seller is “tom3burma” and is located in Norwich. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Santa
  • Material: Wood
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Russian Federation
  • Brand: Handmade
  • Unit Quantity: 1
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