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Ceramics from yesteryear
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This is a very traditional folk art from Mexico City. These decorative flowers are cut from colored aluminum foil, then formed into a spray of 4 flowers with leaves and attached to a bendable wire. I have seen them used as an arch over a nicho box on the wall, or as a decorative addition to Day of the Dead celebrations. They could be used for fiestas of any type. They are shiny and super pretty and could be combined to make a longer spray. Beautiful on a table as a low decoration, too.
These are sold as a single spray with 3 or 4 flowers.
state of origin: Mexico dimensions: approx 12" long and 4 flowers with green leaves