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Sample legendary elements of Soviet Tea Party. Every item has become a part of history and symbol of the epoch.
Almost unbreakable faceted glass in the glass holder which is made of nickel-plated brass with blackening.
Misha who became the first mascot of the Olympic Games in Moscow ever. He charmed both his compatriots and many people around the world.
Tea with an elephant on the package is the most popular tea of the Soviet citizens.
Legendary milk chocolate "Alionka" is a taste of happy Soviet childhood.
A GLASS-HOLDER AND A FACETED GLASS. OLYMPIC MISHA THE BEAR
The tradition of drinking tea from a glass in the glass holder appeared in Russia even in the old Czarist Russia times and it was a good manner. And in the Soviet period, a glass holders became cultic things. On the one hand, they were symbols of coziness in the modest way of Soviet citizen life. On the other hand, it is a platform for promoting the Soviet ideology. Workers and peasants fighting for the ideals of the revolution, the symbols of the USSR, portraits of the leaders, hero cities, military equipment, space subjects and, of course, the 1980 Olympic Games were depicted on glass holders. And it was a way to show the whole world the triumph of the socialist society.
A glass holder with the Olympic Bear is one of the most beloved in Russia. By the way, it was Misha who became the first mascot of the Olympic Games ever. He charmed both his compatriots and many people around the world. A huge bear, flying on balloons, remained in the memory and hearts of millions of people forever.
Glass volume - 250 ml.
FAVORITE SOVIET TEA "ELEPHANT"
Legendary tea. It's the most sought tea in those day. The Soviet tea is excellent in taste, flavor, and infusion.
The famous tea with the elephant has been produced for almost half a century at the oldest tea factory in Moscow, which will celebrate the 125th anniversary next year.
Weight -1.76 oz (50 g)
LEGENDARY MILK CHOCOLATE "ALIONKA"