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The toy craft of Sergiev
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Sergiev Posad is our native city and its interesting to know some facts from its
history. So, we tried to explore the historical hereditary of the place where we
live. We think people should know the history of their country and remember
the words of Pavel Florensky: « Do not forget your relationship, your past, learn
your great parents and your great – great parents… Otherwise your life will be
boring». At our English lessons we spoke and read a lot of folk crafts of Sergiev
Posad and got interested in the history of Sergiev Posad very much. We are
proud of our city and know much of its great past.
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General Toptygin
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Traditional matryoshka from Sergiev Posad
Sergiev Posad was the place
where the first nesting dolls
was made. Traditionally
matryoshkas are nested dolls.
The first doll in the nest was
a girl dressed in a sarafan and
wearing a kerchief. She was
called matryoshka from the
Russian name Matryona. Each
this doll has an apron and a
kerchief of not coinciding
colours. Put in a row, the dolls
are all many coloured and
different. The big matryoshka
is from 9 cm. of height, the
smallest one is about 1 cm.
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Matryoshka Rowan
This is a beautiful wooden
handpainted matryoshka-doll.
Outside doll is holding the
branch of the rowan-tree. It
is a Sergiev Posad
matryoshka-doll. In Sergiev
Posad, which is a forest
region, people have always
liked to paint matryoshka-doll
with berries or baskets full of
bright berries. Wearing a sprig
of the Rowan also protected
against charms. The tallest
doll is 12 cm, the shortest one
is 2 cm.
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Traditional matryoshka from Sergiev Posad
It was a long-established tradition
in Russian toy-making trade to
manufacture hollow wooden dolls,
one inserted into the other. It is
irrelevant whether the Russian
toy makers had a previous
knowledge of the similar
Japanese dolls or not when they
developed the concept of the
matryoshka doll. The actual
design of the doll is not so
significant as the artistic concept
of insert-ing dolls into one
another which is intrinsically
organic to the Russian mentality.
Put in a row, the dolls are all
many coloured and different.
The big matryoshka is from 13
cm., the smallest one is about 2
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Uncommon Matryoshka Mummy
This toy is unusual. Several dolls
have “hairy”. The idea is that
matryoshka dolls represent the
motherhood. This set includes
a grandma. A grandson, a
granddaughter, a dog and a
cat. The tallest doll is 12 cm.,
the shortest one is 2 cm.
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Matryoshka Whistle
It is a wooden whistle of
traditional shape. It develops
children’s lungs, breath
rhythm, ear for music, handpainted.
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Matryoshka Burnished
The big matryoshka is 10-15 cm,
the smallest one is about 2
cm. Playing with the
matryoshka is first, an
acquaintance with sequence and
notions ‘less’ and ‘more’,
secondly, counting from 1 to
5, thirdly, a material for
development of children’s
tactile sense and fine motor
skills, fourthly, an article for
a game with a plot. This
wooden doll decorates any
place it appears and keeps the
warmth of the hands of the
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Nesting doll of Sergiev Posad Angel
Religious motifs in Russian
matryoshka paintings are
connected with the fact that
this sort is deeply rooted in
Old Russian iconographic
traditions. Very often the
painter concentrated mainly on
the figure, face of the
person. This tradition of the
Old Russian art came from
Byzantium where this technique
came from the ancient Rome.
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Matryoshka Kolobok
“Kolobok, kolobok, I will eat
you…” said the rabbit. “Don’t
eat me, I will sing you a song”,
said Kolobok and began to sing:
“I’m a happy kolobok, with a
crunchy brown side. In the
oven I was baked, on the
window sill cooled. From old
man I run away, from old
woman too. I will run away
from you” and Kolobok run
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Repka Matryoshka Doll
You will find a whole tale inside a
wooden doll. It is a classic
Russian children’s fairy-tale
“Repka”; in English – “The
Turnip”. This set includes: six
characters from a famous
tale: the Grandpa, the
Grandmother, the dog, the cat
and the mouse. It is the
simple story of strength
coming in small packages.
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Spinning Tops
One needs a special skill, welldeveloped and fine finger
movements to start up a Top.
There are 3 painted wooden
tops of 4 cm. of diameter in a
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Father Frost
This tumbler can make tuneful
sounds. It is a light toy to
play with. This toy can bring
joy to your child or become a
nice collectible.
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Simple yet fascinating toy is just
about impossible to put down.
One exclusive design is lovingly
handmade and painted in bright
colours. It’s a new
interpretation of the
traditional folk toy. This is
unusual matryoshka-doll it
looks like a very fist
matryoshka. It consists of a
five-piece nest and depicts a
girl with a gosling. Next come
the boy, then another girl and
so on. The set includes 5 dolls
from 7.
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«Descend appear Red Horse, Harness thyself in Shafts of Earth…»
« Словно я весенней гулкой ранью
Проскакал на розовом коне»
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N. I. Ryzhov at work
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Toy Museum
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Автор презентации
Тюлейкина Ирина, Слепова Ксения, Акопян Анна, Новлянская Ольга
«Средняя Общеобразовательная школа №4»
Презентация создана в феврале 2008г.
Тараканова Наталья Николаевна-учитель английского языка средней
общеобразовательной школы №4.
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Текст: Константин Филимонов. Составили: Николай Соловьев, Константин
Предисловие: Татьяна Манушина. Издательский дом «Подкова» Москва
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6.Е.И. Осетров «Живая древняя Русь» Москва «Просвещение» 1976г.,242 стр.
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