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Ceramics from yesteryear
The Virgen de Guadalupe, milagros, sacred hearts and images are all artistic motifs used in Mexican folk art in every state in Mexico.
The Christmas decorations of Mexico vary by region but are always colorful and festive whether made of tin, paper, wood, textiles or clay.
"Milagro"means "miracle" in Spanish. Milagros are religious charms that are prevalent throughout Mexico and are used to request or thank God for a miracle.
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These gorgeous, one-of-a-kind nativities are made of felted wool in Guatemala. Each set of 4 pieces (Mary, Joseph, Jesus and manger) is beautifully made in similar color combos to those seen here. The colors are uniquely combined but they are all a muted autumnal color palette. The faces are so serene! The figures' eyes are closed and they smile softly. Joseph has a beard and Mary wears a head cover. The baby fits snugly in the manger. Soft and wonderful for homes with kids--they can't break!
Please don't ask for the ones in the photos because our inventory is always changing and these may be gone. We will pick a beautiful one for you! They are all different in color combination.
state of origin: Guatemala
dimensions: approx. 6.5" tall; 4 separate pieces