Golden Cockerel – glass ornaments

The Tale of the Golden Cockerel is the last fairy tale in verse by A. S. Pushkin.

Pushkin wrote the tale in 1834.

There are some Soviet glass ornaments from different sets and years below, which were dedicated to that fairy tale.

Tsar (King) Dadon. 83mm. (1950-60s).

  1. Tsar (King) Dadon. 83mm. (1950-60s).

Shamakhan Tsarina (Queen). 108mm. (1950-60s)

2. Shamakhan Tsarina (Queen). 108mm. (1950-60s)

Shamakhan Tsarina (Queen). 108mm. (1960s)

3. Shamakhan Tsarina (Queen). 108mm. (1960s)

Sage with the Golden Cockerel.  This ornament produced with the different sizes like 70m, 96mm and 108mm. (1960-70s)

4. Sage with the Golden Cockerel.  This ornament produced with the different sizes like 70m, 96mm and 108mm. (1960-70s)

Sage with the Golden Cockerel.  This ornament produced with the different sizes like 70m, 96mm and 108mm. (1960-70s)

5. Sage with the Golden Cockerel.  This ornament produced with the different sizes like 70m, 96mm and 108mm. (1960-70s)

Sage with the Golden Cockerel.  83mm. (1950-60s)

6. Sage with the Golden Cockerel.  83mm. (1950-60s)

Shamakhan Tsarina (Queen). 102mm. (1960s)

7. Shamakhan Tsarina (Queen). 102mm. (1960s)

Sage. 83mm. (1960s).

8. Sage. 83mm. (1960s).

Golden Cockerel. 75mm. (1960s)

9. Golden Cockerel. 75mm. (1960s)

Golden Cockerel. 75mm. (1960-70s)

10. Golden Cockerel. 75mm. (1960-70s)

Sage with the Golden Cockerel. 96mm. (1950-60s)

11. Sage with the Golden Cockerel. 96mm. (1950-60s)