Combining the Eurasian design of 'Russian Matryoshka Dolls' with the unequivically Asian Buddhist symbol of Buddha, a colourfully handpainted and original piece that combines the East and the West in a fun way.
In Russia, there's three historically Buddhist republics: Kalmykia, Buryatia and Tuva. The Buddhist practice here follows the Gelug school, which is one of the four main traditions in Tibetan Buddhism. This marrying of mainstream Russian culture with its Buddhist side is perfectly shown in this piece.
Size: H16.5cm x W7cm D 7cm