This set nesting dolls has an undead twist: they’re all zombies! The biggest one is holding a recently severed foot, the second wields a chainsaw, the third is missing a hand, the fourth is a girl screaming bloody murder, the fifth is a propeller beanie wearing boy holding a severed arm, and the sixth is the baby with hands already covered in blood. They’re really cute, but probably too gory for the wee geeks unless you raised ’em on horror flicks.
They range from the baby at 30mm (a little over an inch) to the severed foot zombie at 114 mm (about 4.5?) in height.
These exciting Matryoshka Nesting Dolls certainly are not from the nineteenth century.. although their ancestors first appeared back then!
Originally inspired by souvenir dolls from Japan , the name Matryoshka comes from a popular Russian female name of the time, Matryona or Matriosha. The name Babushka, meaning Grandmother, is also often used for these dolls.
Well these Macro-Matryoshkas certainly are not your Grandmothers Babushkas!! But be careful, assembling and disassembling our Matryoshkas can become highly addictive.
*Rated Very Suitable for Special Needs Children by AblePlay!!