Magic of detail

Figurines depicting Mexican culture in its pure form, referring to the sacred art, symbolism and tradition of this country. Made with methods coming from La Puerta de la Mixteca region, hence often called Mixtec ceramics. The method of production is characterized by the artist's great attention to detail and deep color saturation.

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Tree of Life ChandelierCandle holder is a very popular decorative element in Mexican home. Candlesticks, just like other ceramic products which have a utilitarian-decorative function, are usually decorated in colors which refer to the Mayan, Aztec and later colonial culture, i.e. shades of blue, green, yellow, black and red.Candlesticks can come in quite...

88,62 €

Solo fuego candle holderCandlestick is a very popular decorative item in the Mexican home. Candlesticks, as well as other ceramic products used for decorative purposes, are usually decorated in colors referring to the Mayan, Aztec, and later colonial cultures, that is, in shades of blue, green, yellow, black, and red.Candlesticks can come in simple...

84,55 €

Sun figurinesThe sun is a very important symbol in the culture of Mexico. From the remote Mayan and Aztec times, when the sun was a symbol of divine power to which human sacrifices were made, to colonial times when it was associated with domestic life, family, and abundance. According to the Mexicans, the sun also symbolizes transience and rebirth...

88,62 €

Vara en primavera candle holderCandle holder is a very popular decorative item in Mexican home. Candlesticks, as well as other ceramic products used for decorative purposes, are usually decorated in colors referring to the Mayan, Aztec, and later colonial cultures, that is, in shades of blue, green, yellow, black, and red.Candlesticks can come in simple...

177,24 €

Mexican crossesThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when Spaniards colonized Mexico the dominant religion is Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of Mexicans. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and symbols of...

26,02 €

Cruz Mariposa GrandeThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when the Spanish colonized Mexico the dominant religion has been Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of the population. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and...

39,02 €

Frida Khalo PendantFrida figurines are a very popular decorative element referring to Mexican culture. She is most often depicted wearing clothes characteristic for her style. Sometimes Frida's face is shown as a skull, so characteristic of the Maya, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This form of depiction of the figures' faces is closely related to the...

76,42 €

Sun figurinesThe sun is a very important symbol in Mexican culture. From the remote Mayan and Aztec times when the sun was the symbol of divine power to which human sacrifices were made, to the colonial times when it was associated with domesticity, family, and abundance. According to the Mexicans, the sun also symbolizes transience and rebirth referring...

88,62 €

Candle HoldersCandle holder is very popular decorative element in Mexican house. Candlesticks, as well as other ceramic products used for decorative purposes, are usually decorated in colors referring to Mayan, Aztec and later colonial cultures, i.e. shades of blue, green, yellow, black and red.Candlesticks can come in simple cylindrical shapes as well as...

34,96 €

Image of the Virgin of GuadalupeImages of the Virgin of Guadalupe closely relate to the event of December 9, 1531, when, according to accounts, the Virgin appeared to Juan Diego, a native of Cuauhtitlan. The apparition of the Virgin requested that a church be built on the hill of Tepeyaca. This event had a great impact on Mexicans, and to this day, every...

89,43 €

Virgen pared stoupThe figures of the Virgin of Guadalupe closely relate to the event of December 9, 1531, when, according to accounts, the Virgin appeared to Juan Diego, a native of Cuauhtitlan. The apparition of the Virgin requested that a church be built on the hill of Tepeyaca. This event had a great impact on Mexicans, and to this day, every year...

95,93 €

Mexican crossesThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when Spaniards colonized Mexico the dominant religion is Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of Mexicans. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and symbols of...

28,46 €

Cruz No. 4 GrandeThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when the Spanish colonized Mexico the dominant religion has been Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of the population. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and...

39,02 €

Cruz No. 4 GrandeThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when the Spanish colonized Mexico the dominant religion has been Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of the population. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and...

38,21 €

Tree of Life ChandelierCandle holder is a very popular decorative item in the Mexican home. Candlesticks, as well as other ceramic products used for decorative purposes, are usually decorated in colors that are related to the Mayan, Aztec, and later colonial cultures: blue, green, yellow, black, and red.Candlesticks can come in quite simple cylindrical...

115,45 €

Tree of Life ChandelierCandlestick is a very popular decorative element in the Mexican home. Candlesticks, as well as other ceramic products used for decorative purposes, are usually decorated in colors that are related to the Mayan, Aztec, and later colonial cultures: blue, green, yellow, black, and red.Candlesticks can come in simple cylindrical shapes...

53,66 €

Funny figurines of angel musiciansFigurines of people are very popular decorative element related to the Mexican culture. The figurines can represent people in regional costumes used during national or religious holidays or Mexicans doing everyday activities. Faces of figurines are often depicted as skulls, so characteristic in Maya, Aztec or later Catrin...

34,15 €

Figurines in the shape of a skullSkull-shaped figurines can refer to Aztec tradition or closer to our time Catrin. Skulls are decorated with regular, geometric patterns, colored with shades of blue, yellow, orange, green, black and red, which are characteristic for Mexican culture. The skulls can be decorated with floral elements, typical for Talavera...

204,88 €

Practical figurine of angel - candle holderFigurines of people are very popular decorative element referring to Mexican culture. The figurines can represent people in regional costumes used during national or religious holidays or Mexicans doing everyday activities. Faces of figurines are often depicted as skulls, so characteristic in Maya, Aztec or later...

65,04 €

Figurine of an angel Figurines of people are very popular decorative element referring to Mexican culture. The figurines can represent people in regional costumes used during national or religious holidays or Mexicans doing everyday activities. Faces of figurines are often depicted as skulls, so characteristic in Maya, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This...

76,42 €

Figurines in the shape of a skullSkull-shaped figurines can refer to Aztec tradition or closer to our times Catrin. Skulls are decorated with regular, geometric patterns, colored with shades of blue, yellow, orange, green, black and red, typical for Mexican culture. The skulls can be decorated with floral elements, typical for Talavera design or with...

64,23 €

Practical figurine candle holder with Frida Khalo imageFrida figurines are a very popular decorative element referring to the Mexican culture. Most often she is depicted wearing clothes characteristic for her style. Sometimes Frida's face is often shown as a skull, so characteristic of Mayan, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This form of depiction of the...

153,66 €

Funny Figurines - CarriagePeople figurines are a very popular decorative element referring to the Mexican culture. The figurines can represent people in regional costumes used during national or religious holidays or Mexicans doing everyday activities. Faces of figurines are often depicted as skulls, so characteristic in Maya, Aztec or later Catrin...

153,66 €

Figurines in the shape of a skullSkull-shaped figurines can refer to the Aztec tradition or closer to our time Catrin. The skulls are decorated with regular, geometric patterns, colored in shades of blue, yellow, orange, green, black and red, which are characteristic for the Mexican culture. The skulls can be decorated with floral elements, typical for...

256,10 €

Mexican crossesThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when Spaniards colonized Mexico the dominant religion is Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of Mexicans. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and symbols of...

38,21 €

Frida Khalo ornamentFrida figurines are a very popular decorative element referring to Mexican culture. She is most often depicted wearing clothes characteristic for her style. Sometimes Frida's face is shown as a skull, so characteristic of the Maya, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This form of depiction of the figures' faces is closely related to the...

76,42 €

Frida Khalo hanging ornamentFrida figurines are a very popular decorative element relating to Mexican culture. She is most often depicted in costumes characteristic of her style. Sometimes Frida's face is often shown as a skull, so characteristic of Mayan, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This form of depiction of the figures' faces is closely related to...

88,62 €

Sacred Art - St. Isidore the PloughmanFigurines of people and saints are very popular decorative element referring to Mexican culture. This particular one depicts the patron saint of Madrid and farmers and hard working people. The face of the saint is shown as a skull, so characteristic of the Mayan, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This form of facial...

115,45 €

Figurine - cock fightingFigurines of people and saints are very popular decorative element referring to Mexican culture. This particular one depicts patron saint of Madrid and farmers and hard working people. The face of the saint is shown as a skull, so characteristic of the Mayan, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This form of facial representation is...

48,78 €

Small figurine of a seafood vendorFigurines of people and saints are very popular decorative element referring to Mexican culture. This particular one depicts patron saint of Madrid and farmers and hard working people. The face of the saint is shown as a skull, so characteristic of the Mayan, Aztec or later Catrin culture. This form of facial...

42,28 €

Mexican crossesThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century when the Spanish colonized Mexico the dominant religion has been Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of the population. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and...

38,21 €

Mexican crossesThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when Spaniards colonized Mexico the dominant religion is Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of Mexicans. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and symbols of...

38,21 €

Figurines of sun and moonThe sun is a very important symbol in the culture of Mexico. From the remote Mayan and Aztec times, when the sun was for the Indians the symbol of divine power to which human sacrifices were made, to the colonial times when it was associated with domestic life, family and abundance. According to the Mexicans, the sun also...

95,93 €

Small animal figurinesDecorating homes with small animal figurines is a very popular style in Mexico, dating back to Mayan and Aztec times. These are often figurines of wild cats, tigers or pumas, or popular insects and amphibians found in many species. The figurines were intended to decorate the modest and unassuming spaces of Mexican homes. Animal...

15,45 €

Small animal figurinesDecorating homes with small animal figurines is a very popular style in Mexico, dating back to Mayan and Aztec times. These are often figurines of wild cats, tigers or pumas, or popular insects and amphibians found in many species. The figurines were intended to decorate the modest and unassuming spaces of Mexican homes. Animal...

15,45 €

Figurines in the shape of a skullSkull-shaped figurines can refer to Aztec tradition or closer to our time Catrin. Skulls are decorated with regular, geometric patterns, colored with shades of blue, yellow, orange, green, black and red, typical for Mexican culture. The skulls can be decorated with floral elements, typical for Talavera design or with...

179,67 €

Mexican crossesThe cross is a very important icon in the religious life of Mexico. Since the 16th century, when Spaniards colonized Mexico the dominant religion is Catholicism, which is followed by about 80% of Mexicans. Nearly 11% of Mexicans are Protestant, and nearly 6% do not profess any God. Mexicans are a very religious nation and symbols of...

128,46 €

Candle holder Tree of LifeCandle holder is a very popular decorative element in the Mexican home. Candlesticks, like other ceramic products used for decorative purposes, are usually decorated in colors referring to Mayan, Aztec and later colonial cultures: blue, green, yellow, black and red.Candlesticks can come in quite simple cylindrical shapes as well...

61,79 €

Tree of Life FigureTree of life figurine is a very popular decorative element in Mexican home. The decorations are usually adorned with colors referring to the Mayan, Aztec and later colonial culture, i.e. shades of blue, green, yellow, black and red. Trees of life usually depict the scene from Eden with Eve and Adam and can be either simple in shape or...

89,43 €

Figurines in the shape of a skullSkull-shaped figurines can refer to Aztec tradition or closer to our time Catrin. Skulls are decorated with regular, geometric patterns, colored with shades of blue, yellow, orange, green, black and red, which are characteristic for the Mexican culture. The skulls can be decorated with floral elements, typical for Talavera...

317,07 €

Candle holder Cactus y muertosCandle holder is a very popular decorative item in Mexican home. Candlesticks, as well as other ceramic products used for decorative purposes, are usually decorated in colors referring to the Mayan, Aztec, and later colonial cultures, that is, in shades of blue, green, yellow, black, and red.Candlesticks can come in simple...

64,23 €
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