Bogorodsk Toys Exhibition
“A Bogorodsk Toy” special exhibition is on view in the Russian Cultural Center’s Gallery from November 1 thru December 31. Find the best gift for the upcoming holiday season – Russian toys from Bogorodsk, unique children’s wooden miniature moving figures, and compositions. The Toys and other traditional and Russian folklore items are available for sale at the Russian Cultural Center Holiday Bazaar. Visit the Center to purchase special gifts from Russia!
Bogorodsk Russian Toy is also a work of art: it’s a sculpture carved with a special knife from softwood types like elm, beech, or oak. Most toys have smooth details, are carved by hand, and are safe for children. You can find static and mobile Bogorodsk toys presented at the exhibition. All toys are on sale. “Bogorodsk Toy” Exhibition is open to the public during working hours. Buy a unique and special holiday gift for your child or adult family members and friends.
Bogorodsk Toys craftsmanship is a world-known Russian tradition of making toys that originated in the 16th – 17th Centuries in the village of Bogorodskoe that belonged to the Trinity-Sergiyev Monastery. It became popular in the late 18th – early 19th Centuries in Russia, some most known and meticulous wooden sculptures have been created during that period including the famous “Bear on a Troika” composition.
If you have any questions, contact Russian Cultural Center.