An American ceramic mug made from a ceramic tumbler was once found in an old Russian museum.
It’s called the “tumbler of love” and is currently on display in a Russian museum in Moscow.
The mug was once discovered in an antique collection of the St. Petersburg Metropolitan Museum of Art in the city’s downtown area.
The museum has a collection of ceramic tumbledown and vintage goods dating back to the 1600s.
The tumblers are made from the ceramic mugs of the Ottoman Empire and are made of ceramic material that was used to hold utensils, the museum said.
They are traditionally placed on a pedestal.
The museum has been trying to preserve this type of ceramic item, as it is the most precious of its kind, the statement said.
The Russian Museum of Arts in Moscow, which holds the tumblors, plans to restore the mug in an effort to preserve its value.
A Russian tourist stands in front of the ceramic tummel.
(Svetlana Kolesnikova/Reuters)The museum will use the mug to illustrate how the artworks of the time were made, the ministry said.
The Russian government has tried to preserve the tumbled down ceramic tummers.
The country’s president, Vladimir Putin, has said he has no regrets about preserving the ceramic artworks.