The egg below is carved wood with beads inserted in tiny holes.
He brought plastic wraps that can be shrink-wrapped onto boiled eggs to decorate them with designs in a quick, modern way ---but they are a far cry from the originals. (Think: fat-free, unsalted margarine versus butter.)
He also brought some matryoshka dolls.
Again, I was mistaken in calling them babushka dolls. They are sometimes referred to as babushka dolls here because they are dolls that belonged to a grandmother, a babushka.
It was a fun lesson of a culture far from Florida.