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Ceramics from yesteryear
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Gorgeous, extremely well made, paper maché catrinas from Puebla, Mexico. There is a simple elegance to this catrina with her black hat, bouquet of orange and yellow flowers and the painting of Jose Posada's famous catrina image on the base of her black dress. The dress is further embellished with a simple black lace along the bottom and the shoulders. Signed.
$175 plus shipping
state of origin: Puebladimensions: approximately 14" tall by 4" wide at the base