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Day of the Dead Majolica Casserole
Item # 101370
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. roduced by Santa Rosa in Mexico.
Dimensions: W 14.5 inches, L 9.5 inches, H 2.5 inches
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