EUROPA - old toys

Out-of-Stock
Reference:
4740352115972
Issue Date: 06.05.2015
Designer: Riho Luuse
Number: 597-06.05.15
Stamp zone: Other stamps
Stamp type: Classical
1.20 €
Description

The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art. The traditional toys of the Estonian peasantry were made of wood and other available materials; they were characterized by simple design close to nature and their main aim was to teach children different kinds of work in their future life. In the Soviet period toys in Estonia were produced by such major enterprises as Salvo, Norma and Polümeer. Toys, cars toy animals, building blocks and other toys were mainly made of plastic, foam rubber and other artificial materials. Today, making of toys has been concentrated into small companies and individual craftsmen; once again they use natural materials, artisans’ traditional methods and receive inspiration from the folk art.

Product Details
4740352115972

Data sheet

Quantity issued
50000
Perforation
14 x 13¾
Printer
AS Vaba Maa
Print
offset
Sheets
2 x 5
Size
36 x 26 mm
Primary theme
EUROPA
Year
2015

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