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Ceramics from yesteryear
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These are beautiful, large, cut tin hearts that are painted a variety of bright colors with analine paint. It features 3 layers of tin hearts decorated along the edges and then embellished with tin hearts around the outside.
Excellent for adding a bit of shine to a wall or hanging from the ceiling or window. Or in the baby's room! We use them to decorate during the Christmas holidays, fiestas and for Cinco de Mayo. They are very well made and have a hole at the top for hanging. To learn more about Mexico's tin folk art, click here.
state of origin: Oaxaca dimensions: approx 11" tall by 9" wide, about 2.5" deep