Glass ornaments of some Russian poems and plays

Here are some vintage glass ornaments from a poem The Peasant Children and from a play The Snow Maiden.
A little man with a nail is one of the characters of the poem “Peasant Children” by Nikolay Nekrasov.
This ornament personage was produced in different colors and sizes from the 1960s to the 1970s in the Soviet Union.
Say there were not manufactured any other characters from this poem as glass ornaments.

Little Man with a Nail. 70mm. (1950-54)
1. Little Man with a Nail. 70mm. (1950-54)

Little Man with a Nail. 70mm. (1960-70s)
2. Little Man with a Nail. 70mm. (1960-70s)

Little Man with a Nail. 89mm. (1960-70s)
3. Little Man with a Nail. 89mm. (1960-70s)

Little Man with a Nail. 89mm. (1960-70s)
4. Little Man with a Nail. 89mm. (1960-70s)

The Snow Maiden.
That was a set of three glass ornaments which were dedicated to a play the Snow Maiden by A. Ostrovsky.
Unfortunately, we only have got one Mizgir of that set to show you for now.

Mizgir . 108mm. (1960s)
5. Mizgir . 108mm. (1960s)