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From: Larysa
Date: 04-26-2005, 02:47 AM (1 of 5)
My Russian Domovoy doll was made from pantyhose filled with polyester fiber. Felt was used for eyes. His hair was made from hemp rope. The Domovoy doll has a hand painted Russian wooden spoon and bowl in his hands. The doll's clothes are of Russian country folk style.<email address removed for privacy>/album?.dir=/7901

Domovoy in Slavic mythology, a household spirit appearing under various names and having its origin in ancestor worship. A domovoy dwells in any number of places in each home: near the oven, under the doorstep, in the hearth. He never goes out beyond the boundaries of the household.

The domovoy is the guardian of the family and its wealth, but he is partial to conscientious and hard-working people. Any displeasure the domovoy feels with the actions of its family is displayed in troubles with the farm animals or in strange knocks and grating noises in the house. These last, however, could just be the domovoy amusing himself. He can, in any case, be easily placated.
User: Larysa
Member since: 02-02-2004
Total posts: 21
From: DorothyL
Date: 04-26-2005, 07:34 AM (2 of 5)
Well yours is certainly adorable.
User: DorothyL
Member since: 12-09-2002
Total posts: 3883
From: MaryW
Date: 05-20-2005, 04:41 PM (3 of 5)
What a neat story. I like it. :up:
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User: MaryW
Member since: 06-23-2005
Total posts: 2542
From: Magot
Date: 05-20-2005, 05:22 PM (4 of 5)
He has real character, well done
love and kisses, Jan
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User: Magot
Member since: 12-22-2002
Total posts: 3626
From: MaryAnne
Date: 06-10-2005, 12:16 PM (5 of 5)
You are obviously quite tallented
Mary Anne
User: MaryAnne
Member since: 05-15-2004
Total posts: 14
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