Day of the Dead Home Decor(168 items)
Welcome to the Day of the Dead Home Decor Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Day of the Dead Home Decor
Beautiful addition to our Halloween decorations. Very well-made and great colors. I can hardly wait to use them!
Super cute pumpkin!
I bought this to give to my daughter to add to her decorations for Halloween! Very well-made and so colorful. She is going to love it!
I love it!
I bought this to add to our Halloween table decorations. It is beautiful and the colors are so vibrant. Very well-made. I can hardly wait to see it with a candle glowing inside.
Ana Maria Gonzalez Decoupage home decor
"My designs reveal a tiny bit of Mexico that I carry in my heart."
My husband Ariel and I have worked with you since 2004. We began right after moving from Matamoros. We discovered you at a craft fair where we were exhibiting our work. At first, we experimented with several different crafting techniques such as stoneware ceramics.... read more
Popular Day of the Dead Home Decor
Day of the Dead Upcycled Metal Sculpture of Elegant Catrina, "Glamorous Catrina"$127.99
Wearing a dress of fig leaves, Catrina arrives on the Day of the Dead as an honored guest. Political cartoonist Jose Guadalupe Posadas created this renowned character in the early 1900's as a critique of Mexico's bourgeoisie, and to remind them they are mortals too. The Catrina name refers to death personified who is always dressed in exuberant fashion and colors in order to lure mortals. Always creative, Armando Ramírez sculpts her image by upcycling a wide variety of metal pieces including wire mesh for the broad-brimmed bonnet while sheet metal scraps are transformed into her gown, shawl and handbag. Wires become her arms and shape her jewelry.
Ramírez does not give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.
Hand-Painted Ceramic Catrin Sculpture from Mexico, "The Catrin"$29.99
Wearing a colorful suit and hat with flowers, this sculpture is dapper. Mexican artisan Juana Ponce creates this ceramic sculpture, painted by hand in the style of Talavera handicrafts. The image of the catrin has strong historical roots in Mexico, originally used as a critique of upper class society.
Handcrafted Mexican Ceramic Skull Mask, "Life and Death in Teotihuacan"$79.99
A skull opens to reveal a living face in this intriguing mask from Mexico. "Part represents life, part represents death. This exemplifies the ancient Mesoamerican concept of duality," artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association explain. Day and night, hot and cold, dark and light — this thought was present in almost all philosophical and religious ideas, extending as far south as the Andes.
Although I am not of Hispanic decent, I have always had a fascination with Dia De Los Muertos, otherwise known... read more