This classical Russian matryoshka offers symbols of hospitality and domesticity. The largest doll invites you to sit at the gold samovar, the uniquely Russian self-boiling teapot. And if it's time for tea, then we'll need some piroshki (provided by the 2nd doll), along with a jar of jam (4th doll). The smallest girl holds a yellow chicken and asks patiently for an egg so that we may also enjoy a pancake or two. The gold kokoshnik headdress is sparkly with glitter, and the back is as finely detailed as the front of this doll. By all standards, this is a good ol' matryoshka the would look lovely in anyone's kitchen. Stands 6 inches tall and is marked "Russia" in Russian on the bottom. Now that's authentic!