This Yakut girl, who looks like she comes straight from Alaska, actually lives in Siberia, so the girl dresses in a warm, winter coat. Made by the Imperial Porcelain Manufactory in Russia, this Lomonosov porcelain Yakut Girl figurine is an Eskimo girl with a flower in her hand. Since “Yakut” means ruby in the Turkish language, it is fitting that the flower she carries is red. A lovely tribute to the Yakut people, this little flower girl will make an excellent addition to your porcelain collection. Take a look at our Yakut girl with a Sturgeon, too. They capture and express so much in such a small figurine! And they stem from quite a tradition the Imperial Porcelain Factory has had of casting the many peoples of Russia.
Size: 7 3/4" x 3 3/4"