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Ceramics from yesteryear
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These one of a kind, large paper mache skulls were handmade in Mexico City by the famous Linares family. One of each available. The smiling, toothy grins remind us how happy they are to come back to visit their friends and relatives during the Days of the Dead on November 1 and 2. The painting is the exquisite level one expects from the most famous calaca and calavera-making family in Mexico. Use for decorating your home or office. Both are signed by Pedro Daniel Linares.
state of origin: Mexico dimensions: about 7" wide by 8" tall by 10" deep