The Day of the Dead, celebrated on November 2nd, is a time of celebration and remembrance of loved ones who have passed away, much like Memorial Day in the United States.
For centuries, the inhabitants of Mexico have created fascinating folk art expressions of the Day of the Dead: magnificently decorated skulls and catrinas, fabulous candelabras, trees of life, and beautiful skeletons.  Skillful artists transform wood, clay, tin, ceramic and paper into wonderful Day of the Dead tributes.
Please Note:  Day of the Dead items are listed individually due to differences in design, color, etc...
All of our products are one-of-a kind creations that are individually painted, detailed and decorated.  Accordingly, we cannot offer returns on items containing natural blemishes or other imperfections that are natural in occurrence or due to the nature of the material used in creating the item (e.g. paint blemishes on Talavera; deglazing of Talavera items upon firing, seams on tin items, natural bends in tin, etc.).