(#26) 75 Apples Art- Crystal Wooden Matryoshka Russian Dolls OOAK
(#26) 75 Apples Art- Crystal Wooden Matryoshka Russian Dolls OOAK
(#26) 75 Apples Art- Crystal Wooden Matryoshka Russian Dolls OOAK
(#26) 75 Apples Art- Crystal Wooden Matryoshka Russian Dolls OOAK
(#26) 75 Apples Art- Crystal Wooden Matryoshka Russian Dolls OOAK

(#26) 75 Apples Art- Crystal Wooden Matryoshka Russian Dolls OOAK

Regular price
$350.00
Sale price
$250.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

NOTE: DOLL WILL BE IN 75 APPLES ART SHOW. DOLLS BEGIN TO SHIP SATURDAY, NOV 16TH!

DR. APPLES’ LEGEND STATES his mother was taken from him and replaced with a doll on a pink pillow. Every year, he is presented a doll similar to the likings of his mother. This is the first doll he received. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the disappearance of his mother.

26. GOLDEN FORTUNE

MATRYOSHKA DOLLS (Russian: матрёшка, IPA: [mɐˈtrʲɵʂkə] , also known as Babushka Dolls, Russian Tea dolls, stacking dolls, or Russian dolls, are the set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another. The name "matryoshka" (матрёшка), literally "little matron", is a diminutive form of Russian female first name "Matryona" (Матрёна) or "Matryosha".]
A set of matryoshkas consists of a wooden figure, which separates at the middle, top from bottom, to reveal a smaller figure of the same sort inside, which has, in turn, another figure inside of it, and so on. [1]

A FABERGÉ EGG (Russian: Яйца Фаберже́, yaytsa faberzhe) is a jewelled egg created by the House of Fabergé, in St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia. Possibly as many as 69 were created, of which 57 survive today. Virtually all were manufactured under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé between 1885 and 1917, the most famous being the 52 "Imperial" eggs, 46 of which survive, made for the Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II as Easter gifts for their wives and mothers. [1]

THE TAROT (/ˈtæroʊ/; first known as trionfi and later as tarocchi or tarock) is a pack of playing cards, used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe to play games such as Italian tarocchini, French tarot and Austrian Königrufen, of which many are still played today. In the late 18th century, some tarot packs began to be used as a trend for divination via tarot card reading and cartomancy leading to custom packs developed for such occult purposes.

The earliest evidence of a tarot deck used for cartomancy comes from an anonymous manuscript from around 1750 which documents rudimentary divinatory meanings for the cards of the Tarocco Bolognese. The popularization of esoteric tarot started with Antoine Court and Jean-Baptiste Alliette (Etteilla) in Paris during the 1780s, using the Tarot of Marseilles.] French tarot players abandoned the Marseilles tarot in favor of the Tarot Nouveau around 1900, with the result that the Marseilles pattern is now used mostly by cartomancers.

Etteilla was the first to issue a tarot deck specifically designed for occult purposes around 1789. In keeping with the misplaced belief that such cards were derived from the Book of Thoth, Etteilla's tarot contained themes related to ancient Egypt.

The 78-card tarot deck used by esotericists has two distinct parts:The Major Arcana (greater secrets), or trump cards, consists of 22 cards without suits: The Magician, The High Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The un, Judgement, The World, and The Fool. Cards from The Magician to The World are numbered in Roman numerals from I to XXI, while The Fool is the only unnumbered card, sometimes placed at the beginning of the deck as 0, or at the end as XXII.The Minor Arcana (lesser secrets) consists of 56 cards, divided into four suits of 14 cards each;
Ten numbered cards and four court cards. The court cards are the King, Queen, Knight and Page/Jack, in each of the four tarot suits. The traditional Italian tarot suits are swords, batons, coins and cups; in modern occult tarot decks, however, the batons suit is often called wands, rods or staves, while the coins suit is often called pentacles or disks.
The terms "Major Arcana" and "Minor Arcana" were first used by Jean-Baptiste Pitois (also known as Paul Christian) and are never used in relation to Tarot card games. Some decks exist primarily as artwork; and such art decks sometimes contain only the 22 major arcana.
The three most common decks used in esoteric tarot are the Tarot of Marseilles, the Rider-Waite-Smith tarot deck, and the Thoth tarot deck.[1]

The Celtic Cross spread is one of the oldest and most popular spreads. It's was first published by Arthur Edward Waite who you may know as the co-creator of the Original Rider Waite deck.
The Positions of the 10 Card Celtic Cross Tarot Spread
1. The Present / The Self - This position reveals the current situation, and what is now happening. It can also be used to represent what the current state of mind is for the querent and a snapshot of who the querent is at the current moment in time.
2. The Problem - This card represents the challenge that the querent is facing at this time, something that they need to resolve in order to make progress forward.
3. The Past - Here we see the the past events, and also how they have shaped the current situation. This can give us some information on influences in the past that have lead up to this state of affairs.
4. The Future - This card represents what could be a likely turn of events, given that nothing changes. These are usually short term happenings, and doesn’t represent the final resolution of these events.
5. Conscious - This card explores what you are focused on, and where your mind is. This can represent your goals and your desires regarding this situation, as well as what your assumptions are.
6. Unconscious - The unconscious reveals what is truly driving this situation; the feelings, the beliefs and the values that perhaps the querent doesn’t even understand yet. Sometimes this card may be a surprise, and can also represent a hidden influence.
7. Your Influence - This card can be interpreted somewhat broadly - but in general, relates to how you see yourself, and how that perception can influence how this situation plays out. What beliefs about yourself do you carry? Do you expand yourself, or limit yourself?
8. External Influence - This card represents the world around you and how it affects this situation. It may represent the social and emotional environment that you are operating in, as well as how others perceive you.
9. Hopes and Fears - One of the harder positions in this spread to decode, this card can represent both what you secretly desire, as well as what you may be trying to avoid. Human nature is often paradoxical, and what we fear the most is sometimes what we also truly have been hoping for all along.
10. Outcome - This card is meant to be a summary of all the previous cards. Given all that is happening, what is the likely resolution of this event? Should you find a card here that does not have a favorable outcome, you can analyze the remainder of the spread to find another course of action. [13]


THIS VERSION OF HIS MOTHER are intricate matryoshka wooden dolls. The biggest one is designed to emulate a Fabergé egg. The theme behind this set is the Rider Waite Celtic spread. This is a spread for the life of Dr. Apples’ mother. Beginning with the smallest one (Number 1) until the biggest Matryoshka, you get a glimpse of Dr. Apples’ mother lifespan.


These dolls are made from WOOD. doll. She is a doll for collectors. She is not suitable for play.

****************************************************************************************************************************************
IMPORTANT STUFF:

Not included: decoration objects


PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS:

I offer layaway to following Terms:

Partial.ly Payment Plans

50 % pay now for reservation, remaining in 30 days OR

50 % pay now for reservation, 50% in 30 days remaining balance in 60 days.

NO REFUNDS FOR LAY A WAY after payment. NO EXCEPTIONS.



ABOUT DOLL FUNCTIONS:

Custom based wooden dolls.
Swarovski, glass & resin crystals used.

Fixed with matte varnish lips are covered with varnish.

Does NOT Include a stand.

NOTE:
This is a lovely handcrafted, hand carved, hand painted customized (but not perfected) art-doll for adults. Please consider carefully before buying. Slight colour diviations are possible by different monitor-adjustments.

By clicking the purchase button you accept the terms & conditions

Your order will be dispatched within 7 to 14 working/business days.

Orders are shipped via local post!


Return and exchange is not possible. Each doll is made in a single copy and it is not perfect doll.
Thank you for your interest.
The (#26) 75 Apples Art- Crystal Wooden Matryoshka Russian Dolls OOAK is the yin, to your yang. You've found what you're looking for.

Inventory Last Updated: Nov 12, 2019

Customer Reviews

No reviews yet
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
x