Soviet sculptor Olga Bogdanova spent more than 30
years working at the Dulevo porcelain factory, creating a genre
sculptures on the themes of childhood and fairy tales. Some of her most
famous works were devoted to the tales about Urals and the Ural gems by
Russian writer Pavel Bazhov.
The porcelain sculpture "Malachite box"
represents the character of the same-name compilation of Ural tales. And
it was called so not by chance. The writer believed that malachite
contains "the joy of the earth". The porcelain sculpture embodies a girl
named Tanya, who's looking to the mirror, while trying on the jewels
from the box. And the box is a wedding gift to the girl's parents from
the Mistress of the Copper Mountain.
Due to the fact that the
malachite deposits are found in very different places, along with its
magnetic charm and beauty, this stone was assigned lots of features.
Thus, it is believed that the energy of malachite restores harmony and
Sculptor: Olga Bogdanova.
Dimensions: 15 x 14.5 x 21 cm (6" x 6" x 8")
Box dimensions: 18.5 x 14.5 x 24.5 cm (7" x 6" x 10")
Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
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