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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.
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A large shiny, tin, double star ornament from Oaxaca, Mexico. It is a large ornament that adds a lot of shine hanging in the window. They are thick--approximately 2" thick because the two stars are attached back to back. The tin artisans of Mexico are so amazing and this is just one of their little specialties. For more info on Mexico's tin folk art tradition, click here!
There is a small hole between the two sides but not quite big enough to use as a tree topper.
state of origin: Oaxaca dimensions: approximately 9" wide and 3" thick