NANE SARMA AND AMOO NOWRUZ DOLL SET
Nane Sarma is a mythical character in Persian folklore. She is the wife of Amu Nowruz, “Uncle Nowruz”.
- The height of the male doll is 18 cm The height of the female doll is 15cm
- All fabrics Fabric of doll clothes: cashmere
- Apple and lavender material: from Italian dough
- Faces Dolls painted with acrylic paint
- Due to being handmade, the sizes may be more or less
Amoo Nowruz Doll
Nane Sarma and Amoo Nowruz are traditional dolls that are used as decorative elements in the Haft Sin table setting during the Persian New Year celebration known as Nowruz. Nane Sarma and Amoo Nowruz dolls are usually made of ceramic or other materials and are often brightly colored and intricately designed. They may depict historical figures, mythological creatures, or everyday people engaged in traditional activities. The dolls are usually placed on the Haft Sin table as decorative elements and may be given as gifts to friends and family.
It is not clear from your question what specific characteristics or themes are represented by the Nane Sarma and Amoo Nowruz dolls. Haft Sin dolls can vary in size and style, and they may be hand-painted or mass-produced. They may be made to represent a specific cultural or historical theme, or they may be more general in nature. Some Haft Sin dolls are designed to be collectible items and may be sold in sets or individually. Others may be more utilitarian and are intended to be used as decorations on the Haft Sin table. In either case, Haft Sin dolls are an important part of the traditional Haft Sin table setting and are often viewed as symbols of Persian culture and tradition.
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