A gray, brown, and white wolf nest together in this matryoshka. The wolf is one of the world's most fascinating and well-studied animals. Alaskans are fortunate to have an estimated 7,700-11,200 wolves in their state. Wolves have never been threatened or endangered in Alaska, and inhabit all of their traditional range except within the largest cities. Could these cuddly creatures really be fierce predators? This nesting doll is painted with CPSIA compliant child-friendly paints and priced to fit your budget.
Production Techniques: Hand Painting/ Decoupage. This nesting doll was carved in the Upper Volga region, the Russian center of nesting doll carving. The carved pieced were assembled, doll inside a doll, then delivered to the Golden Cockerel workshop in St. Petersburg, Russia. Our artists first hand paint the background, then apply various detailed elements, such as faces, which we print on a very thin vinyl adhesive. Such elements are reproduced original works of art we make specifically for nesting doll design. It is the artist’s magic brush that blends the two forms of artwork together into a unified piece. Finally we baptize each doll in multiple layers of non-toxic water-based lacquer to make a marvelous matryoshka that will delight children and collectors.Caution:
Small parts, not for children under 3 years due to choking hazard.
Please do not let your children put nesting dolls into their mouths.