Santas for Sale #41
On this page you can view two different types of Russian Santas. One of the Russian Santas has a scene painted on the back of the sack and also on the
front of the cloak. The Santa has been carefully hand painted by the Russian artist and displays scenes of the countryside. The second Russian Santa has
been entirely carved by hand with such very intricate carvings all over the figure! The woodcarver has employed specialized carving tools to get this effect
and has labored over this Santa figure for many long hours. The woodcarver must be very careful when carving this type of Russian Santa!
Each artist and woodcarver makes the Father Frost figure unique and very special.
Footed Russian Santa
enormous sack over
his back! How can
he carry this huge
sack of toys? This
hand carved wooden
Russian Santa has it
all: beautiful carved
paintings and scenes
of the Russian
countryside in the
winter. Unique Santa
carving for the
DECORATING IDEAS: You can create an
arrangement to include holiday figures and also
teddy bears. These bears are the famous Steiff
teddy bears from Germany. I placed them around
the Russian Santa along with holiday glass
ornaments and Russian wooden children's toys.
Very impressive footed Santa with an absolutely huge sack on his back!
THIS SANTA IS AVAILABLE AND IN STOCK
The famed Bolshoi Theatre re-opening occurred on October 28, 2011 after a very lengthy renovation process.
There were 3200 construction workers on site for this major renovation of this historic building and cultural
landmark. The construction began in 2005 Cultural News about Russia for collectors of Russian Santas! The
famed Bolshoi Theatre had its grand and has lasted this long! The total cost of the reconstruction was $720
million dollars. The Bolshoi is 200 years old and has a world famous ballet company. All of the interior
spaces have been gloriously restored to their former beauty. Placido Domingo gave a trial run and the
acoustics in the new auditorium were said to re-opening on October 28 after a very lengthy renovation
process. There were 3200 construction workers on site for this major renovation of this historic building and
cultural landmark. The dollars. The Bolshoi is 200 years old and has a world famous ballet company. All of
the interior spaces have been gloriously restored to their former beauty. Placido Domingo gave a trial run and
the acoustics in the new auditorium were said to be fabulous. In the times of the Soviet Union, parts of the
Bolshoi had been covered over with concrete prior to the involvement of UNESCO in the planning for the
restoration. The Bolsheviks wanted to destroy the Bolshoi and the Nazis bombed it. As part of the renovation
process, special spruce wood has been used for the acoustics and many paintings have also been restored to
their former glory. Over 10 pounds of gold Many layers of a base coat of egg whites and clay were baked and
then applied. Then vodka was rubbed on with the final application of a very thin coat of gold. This entire
renovation was to resemble what the czars originally envisioned for the Bolshoi. Thousands of pieces of
crystal from the chandeliers were also restored.
Russian Santas with Steiff teddy bears! You can mix
so many other favorite items with the Russian Santas
to create eye-catching displays under the tree for the
holidays or on permanent display in your home.
13 inch tall Russian Santa with enormous scene and
troika painting on front of cloak, price: $659.. This
is a very beautiful Russian Santa!
Magnificent and massive wooden RUSSIAN SANTA FOR SALE! This Father Frost figure has
it all: large sack with painting, front and back of cloak with hand painted scenes, and smiling
beautiful hand carved face.
Wow! Just look at the
intricate hand painted
scenes of the Russian
villagers on a snowy
The Russian artist has
painted scenes all
around the cloak of
This Father Frost is
available right now,
and is in stock for
immediate delivery for
landscape with the
villagers winter's day
in the snow!
available for delivery
See listing on
NOTE: no shipping from 11/14/2017 - 12/27/2017