In a delightful blend of form and beauty, this wooden spire features finely detailed artwork capturing the cathedrals of Moscow’s Kremlin and Red Square. You’ll be immediately drawn to this bell tower, cleverly turned on a lathe in three pieces, which all join together in the fashion of a Russian nesting doll. The attractive stain work is adorned with gold foil, all of which proves a fitting framework for the detailed woodburning of a panoramic mural of Moscow’s religious skyline. As you rotate the bell tower, you’ll find St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and others. Inside the hollow bell tower you’ll find space to hide a rosary, a religious relic, or, in classic Russian fashion, a small bottle of your favorite beverage.