Snégourotchka (Russian folklore). Snegurochka or The Snow Maiden, is a character in Russian fairy tales. This character has no apparent roots in traditional Slavic mythology and customs and its first appearance in Russian folklore occurred in the 19th century. Since Soviet times, Snegurochka is also depicted as the granddaughter and helper of Ded Moroz (the Russian version of Father Christmas).
POSTCARD, CA 1910, RUSSIA ~~ A nice imitation of medieval age: ABC-book with ancient Cyrillic Russian letters and a boy in the suit of Russian old noble (=boyarin). In 1900-1910 The Romanovs brought a fashion to everything that could remind of the Ruriks, the Tzar dynasty with a 700-year history in Russia; this was caused by several crises and fall of The Romanovs' popularity.
An entari of blue silk with applied silver leaf çintamani circles. Çintamani is an Ottoman decorative motif composed of a group of three circles or crescents arranged in a triangle. Topkapi Serai Museum, Istanbul, Turkey
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Художник Сергей Соломко в начале XX века оглянулся на 3-4 века назад и увидел совсем иных бояр.