Ornaments from PeruThese Peruvian ornaments and miniatures are stunning examples of the pride in craftsmanship passed down through the generations of families in Peru. Produced in Cuzco, Peru, each clay ornament is hand-formed, not cast or molded, then fired and intricately hand-painted. It is difficult to truly appreciate these adorable, cherubic works of art until you see them up close. They are a handsome embellishment for any Christmas tree, so appealing, in fact, that you will want to keep them displayed all year long!
Clay Ornaments from MexicoThese charming clay ornaments are perfect for outfitting your Christmas tree with a touch of Mexican flare. They also make delightful collectibles all year-round. Hang several of them in a window for a unique and colorful look. With so many to choose from, collect them all for a loveable menagerie that can be passed down through the generations.
Tin Ornaments from MexicoThese colorful tin ornaments are produced in Oaxaca, Mexico by the same families that have been creating these fine folk art items for generations. Hand punched and hand painted, they make a wonderful addition to your Christmas tree, but also make a unique collectible any time of year.
Huichol OrnamentsThese beautiful ornaments were made by pressing tiny glass beads into natural beeswax spread over a paper-mache form. Huichol bead art is made in limited quantities by the Huichol and Tepehuano Indians of southwestern Mexico. Each ornament comes with a string for hanging on your Christmas tree. Show your inner Santa Claus by slipping one of these unique Huichol ornaments in everyone's Christmas stocking!