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Majolica Mural Catrina
Item # 101377
This is an interesting example of art representing the Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico. The character shown is known in that country as a Catrina which is female wearing intricate and elegant dresses and head pieces. Made by Santa Rosa in Mexico.
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