The mysterious and beautiful image of the fairy-tale beauty, the mistress of the Ural Mountains and the guardian of precious gemstones, inspired many Soviet artists. The original statuette "Gifts of the Mistress of the Copper Mountain" was created by the talented sculptor P.M. Kozhin. The artist harmoniously combined the gracefulness and plasticity of a graceful lizard with the majesty of a powerful beauty.
The statuette "Mistress of the Copper Mountain" (USSR) is made of high-quality porcelain at the Dulevo factory and beautifully painted with polychrome paints using underglaze painting technology. Against the prevailing pleasant color palette, the focus is on the expressive facial features, as well as the rich emerald shade of some elements, nicely accentuated by exquisite gilding. The porcelain statuette "Mistress of the Copper Mountain" has a special "highlight" in the form of luster painting. As a result, the pearly shimmer enhances the picturesque effect of the sculptural composition.