Сute, brightly painted figures of funny little people in Uzbek national costumes have become a real brand of Uzbekistan. Each figurine is a work of art and is unlike each other. Here is an old aksakal with a bright yellow Uzbek cake in his hands, and another mustachioed man carries a watermelon and a melon from the bazaar, next to a teahouse with a teapot or a barbecue stick or a plate of pilaf, and here is an old man on a cheerful donkey. But all of them are united by cheerful and kind faces. They are made in different sizes – from a matchbox, similar to Japanese netsuke, to huge, human-sized.
|Dimensions||7 × 11 cm|