Turned wooden doll in two halves. The doll depicts the Cossak Yermak Timofeyevich. The doll is painted, apart from the underside of the base. The interior of the doll is hollow and is used to hold toys, however no toys are present with the object. The doll is painted in shades of gold and brown, and depicts a bearded man in armour holding a sword. There is a shield attached to his arm which has a face on its front. The top of the helmet has a small nob. Label: one black exhibition label, printed.
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