Early 20th century
Fur; cloth: cloth; animal derived materials: bird’s beak
The Nenets dolls nukhuko were made of a size not exceeding 10-15 cm, and dressed to suit their gender, in either miniature woman’s or men’s clothes. This doll whose head is made from duck’s culmen and whose body is made of a piece of felt decorated with vertically sewn multicolored cloth strips is dressed in a panitsa, women’s winter garment worn open. Abstract by I.A. Karapetova
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