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The traditional Uzbek dolls are based on straw, cane, ceramics and wood. These items are what the base or body of a toy is usually made from. The doll is dressed in national clothes, decorated with embroidery, beads and lace.

Until now, different types of Uzbek dolls have come up; they are glove and puppet dolls. They are made of embellished papier-mache, wood, clay. Clothes for dolls are made of fabrics in the national style. Each master has its own traditional technology of designing clothes and embroidery.

The most favorite heroes from the puppet shows that have survived to this day are Palvan-kachala and the beautiful Bikyakhon. They are distinguished by shiny faces made of papier-mache or wood with huge blushes on their cheeks.

In each region of Uzbekistan there are dolls, which differ more in their outfits. An interesting fact is that each doll has its own face, none of them repeats itself.

Each doll, from simple rag to porcelain can be called, without exaggeration, a work of art. Puppet-masters pay special attention to the smallest details of puppet costumes. They use for this purpose natural Uzbek fabrics, velvet, leather, and even karakul.

The traditional Uzbek dolls are based on straw, cane, ceramics and wood. These items are what the base or body of a toy is usually made from. The doll is dressed in national clothes, decorated with embroidery, beads and lace.

Until now, different types of Uzbek dolls have come up; they are glove and puppet dolls. They are made of embellished papier-mache, wood, clay. Clothes for dolls are made of fabrics in the national style. Each master has its own traditional technology of designing clothes and embroidery.

The most favorite heroes from the puppet shows that have survived to this day are Palvan-kachala and the beautiful Bikyakhon. They are distinguished by shiny faces made of papier-mache or wood with huge blushes on their cheeks.

In each region of Uzbekistan there are dolls, which differ more in their outfits. An interesting fact is that each doll has its own face, none of them repeats itself.

Each doll, from simple rag to porcelain can be called, without exaggeration, a work of art. Puppet-masters pay special attention to the smallest details of puppet costumes. They use for this purpose natural Uzbek fabrics, velvet, leather, and even karakul.

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