This stout Father Frost Carving stands 7" tall and about 5" wide. Elvira Besedovskaya captures the joy of the winter's first snow, depicting a jubilant lass and lad in two scenes. On the front, the two snuggle with capering lambs, while on the back they dance amid the falling snow. Fans of Besedovskaya's painting will enjoy the colorful European feel of this composition. The proverbial wayside cabin is seen in the background. One of the delightful things about this Father Frost statuette is the swirling way the beard is carved. The relief carving brings the beard to life in its own right, and will bring a smile to your lips.