Decoupage chest, 'Catrina My Love' - Day of the Dead Decorative Wood Box Curate

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Catrina My Love Day of the Dead Decorative Wood Box

This chest treasures the timeless allure of Catrina, as first developed by... more

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This chest treasures the timeless allure of Catrina, as first developed by renowned Mexican caricaturist José Guadalupe Posadas. Personifying death, Catrina is a coquettish character that symbolizes Mexican customs and beliefs. She is portrayed eating a watermelon and drinking tequila in a decoupage composition by Ana Maria Gonzalez. She uses it to adorn a pinewood box featuring iron fixtures.

Part of NOVICA's Dia de los Muertos collection.

  • 0.44 kgs
  • 1.0 lbs
  • 12 cm H x 22 cm W x 13 cm D
  • 4.7" H x 8.75" W x 5" D

  • Decoupage on pinewood, iron fixtures
  • Size may vary slightly
  • Motif(s) may vary slightly
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Mexico.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Mexico

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Ana Maria Gonzalez

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Ana Maria Gonzalez

Decoupage home decor

Mexico
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18 Testimonials for Ana Maria Gonzalez

Designed beautifully. Vibrant, detailed, a work of love. Well done
so beautifully well made Virgin of Guadalupe box!

Rocio

BRONX, NY

I just received this beautiful Artisan Crafted Christianity Wood Cross, 'Guadalupe Queen of Heaven I was amazed to see a wonderful job. I will give this present to my god son for his baptism in December. Thank You Ana Maria Gonzalez for creating an amazing wood cross. greeting Rocio Rendon
 
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