- Color and design may vary slightly.
This charming clay figurine was made by hand in the state of Puebla, Mexico. It is representative of El Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), an annual celebration held every November in the villages of Mexico. Communities gather in local cemeteries to honor departed loved ones and to celebrate the joy of living. Altars are constructed and filled with offerings for the dead, such as flowers, liquor, candy and food. These skeletons or "calacas" are meant to depict a joyful and active afterlife, and can be used as decoration for your own Halloween or Day of the Dead celebrations.
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2012-08-31 I received my order today and I loved it.
"I received my order today and I loved it. The Papel Picado was in great condition and the figures were in great condition as well. I will recommend you to all of my friends. The gentleman who helped me was friendly and quick to assist me. I will definitely will be ordering from you guys again soon."
Dallas M.; Modesto, CA
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