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Majolica Casserole This is a Majolica Casserole decorated with a Day of the Dead classic painting. This is one of the most important annual celebrations in Mexico. You can display it temporarily on the festivity day or permanently as an ethnic decoration. Produced by Santa Rosa in Mexico. ($145.90)
Square Platter Out of the ordinary representation of the Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico. The character shown in this square Majolica platter is known as a Catrina which is a female wearing and elegant dresses and head pieces. Made by Santa Rosa in Mexico. ($99.90)
Catrina Take pleasure with this creation by Gerardo García in central Mexico, produced to celebrate the Day of the Dead. This exquisite figure is hand painted using brilliant colors and tropical details. The festivity makes emphasis on celebrating the lives of departed family members and friends. ($299.90)
Catrina Superb ceramic Catrina, produced by Gerardo García in central Mexico. This figure is hand painted using radiant colors and cheerful details, which matches the spirit of the Mexican celebration of dead ancestors known as the Day of the Dead. This festivity makes emphasis on celebrating and honoring the lives of the deceased. ($499.90)