“¡Tremble, mortal, the Lady of the Dead stands before you! The ancient Aztec Goddess, whom the natives of Central-America called by the name of Mictecacihuatl…¡I am the Keeper of the Bones, the Lady of the Underworld, the Indians celebrated me for many centuries in the fall! My festival changed somewhat with the arrival of the Spanish, but I am still present at each Día de los Muertos and every single Calavera Catrina and sugar skull praises me. So, take me home with you and worship me!”
Las Catrinas, these wonderful clay statuettes, are a typical element of Latin-American culture. The artisans form every single clay doll in detail, burn them and finally bring the skeletons but to life by acryl-painting them colorfully. Every statue is a piece of art, guaranteed to bring new color and a touch of real Mexican atmosphere to your home.
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