One of the most famous Russian handicrafts is the painting of Jojlomá, originally from the homonymous village of the province of Nizhny Novgorod. This can be found stamped on many tableware and kitchen utensils, its main characteristic is the fact that it is painted on wood. Formerly, this type of art was made exclusively by order of the Tsar. Today, Jojloma tableware can be found in many stores in the country and can be used on a daily basis, rather than as a decorative product. Other typical crafts are the balalaika, a musical instrument carved in wood; or the samovar, the popular goldsmith's tool that the Russians use to boil water. These items are easy to find in the street markets of different cities, such as Izmailovo Moscow.