Day of the Dead Gift Bag with Catrina and shot glass made in Mexico

Day of the Dead Gift Bag with Catrina and shot glass made in Mexico
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One of 8 Chiquitas (catrinas), a bag and shot glass - FREE SHIPPING Celebrate the Circle of Life. We call her Chiquita, the nickname Diego Rivera called Frida Kahlo. Frida wore flowers in her hair and the traditional dress. She was very popular with the public in her day and maybe more so now. She was known for being outlandish, yet intimate in her self portraits.

These paper mache catrinas were created by artist Imelda Carmen Ortega Alcazar in Guadalajara, Mexico. No two are alike, but similar, since each was made by hand individually.

All of the Day of the Dead items we offer are handcrafted in the area around Guadalajara, Mexico by individual artists, using paper sculpting, printing, and glass-blowing techniques perfected over generations. Please note that as each piece is individually handmade slight variations in the shape and size are likely, making every item a distinct example of individual craftsmanship.
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Chiquita day of the dead paper and wire sculpture stands 9" tall, the skirt measures 4" in diameter at the bottom. The green nylon bag has the image on both sides and measures 14" wide, 11" tall plus handle and has a 5" gusset for holding many items. The green confetti shot glass is 3.5" tall. All measurements are approximate and unique to each item since each item is individually hand made by artisans in Mexico.

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