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matryoshka dolls

I’ve always had a thing for matryoshka, or russian nesting dolls. Maybe it’s the mom in me, or maybe it’s the fact that I so identify with their “shapely” figures? 😉

Anyhow, I picked up a few adorable sets last week. All in perfect condition, all stamped USSR on the bottom.

set of five

set of seven

and how flipping cute is the mama with her 10 chicks?

Tattered Tiques isn’t open for the next two weeks, but these will be in the shop the week after. They are $22 per set.

If any (or all) of these blow your skirt up, shoot me an email susan.haskins@gmail.com and I can ship them to you.

ALL are SOLD. Thanks!

Before I scoot, here are some of my favorite matryoshka doll things found on pinterest!

Source: etsy.com via adamsblankie on Pinterest

Source: ohdeedoh.com via Bernadette on Pinterest

Source: gerberadesigns.com via Anna on Pinterest

Source: ontobaby.com via Vanina – Mother Crafter on Pinterest

Source: flickr.com via Citlalli on Pinterest

Пока!

{That is Russian for bye-bye} 🙂

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8 Comments Post a comment
  1. I love Matryoshka dolls, too. I don’t come across them very often in this area, but when I do I try to scoop them up.

    February 29, 2012
  2. Love the Mama and her chicks, I’ve never seen any like that before!
    Have a great week!
    Debbie

    February 29, 2012
  3. Lori Austin #

    The mama and her chicks is adorable!!
    Love that cake also. So pretty. The colors are perfect.

    February 29, 2012
  4. Love the dolls, and your beautiful blog! I’m a new subscriber, and have taken your button for the sidebar of my blog ~ ♥
    Best,
    Anne

    February 29, 2012
    • Hi Anne! Welcome. Thank you so much…I’m off to check out your blog! 🙂

      March 1, 2012
  5. LOVE the mama and her chicks, how cute! I have a set, they still live at my parents house though and I don’t remember how little they get, but my mom has a set that gets SO small that the littlest is the size of a grain of rice. That makes me want to play with them now. 🙂

    February 29, 2012
  6. I love them too! especially since we have 3 children from Russia! I have a nice collection of them as every time we travelled over (7 times) we would buy more and more. Love the hen and the little chicks too!

    Your post made me smile. Thank you for sharing this!

    Kristine

    February 29, 2012
  7. Those are awesome! I can see why they are already sold 🙂

    March 2, 2012

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