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Skeletons Carvings

Day of the Dead Art

In southern Mexico, the spirits of the dead come back to visit, from noontime on October 31 through November 2. It is a time of rituals and prayer, but also of personal celebration as people "catch up" with their deceased loved ones. Many believers keep all-night vigils in Oaxaca's cemeteries, which are transformed into a wonderland of twinkling candles, yellow marigolds, and smoking incense.

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This section of our of Mexican Day of the Dead art division features assorted Oaxacan wood carvings skeleton figures and skulls, handmade from wood. Included are creations by carver Avelino Perez, Lauro Ramirez, the Xuana family, and the Taller Tribus Mixes.

VIEW OTHER CATEGORIES, including tin skeleton figures and skeleton diorama boxes, papel picado banners, and tin nichos by following the drop-down menu links under the navigation title, “DAY OF DEAD,” above.

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Skeletons Carvings

Day of the Dead Art

In southern Mexico, the spirits of the dead come back to visit, from noontime on October 31 through November 2. It is a time of rituals and prayer, but also of personal celebration as people "catch up" with their deceased loved ones. Many believers keep all-night vigils in Oaxaca's cemeteries, which are transformed into a wonderland of twinkling candles, yellow marigolds, and smoking incense.

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This section of our of Mexican Day of the Dead art division features assorted Oaxacan wood carvings skeleton figures and skulls, handmade from wood. Included are creations by carver Avelino Perez, Lauro Ramirez, the Xuana family, and the Taller Tribus Mixes.

VIEW OTHER CATEGORIES, including tin skeleton figures and skeleton diorama boxes, papel picado banners, and tin nichos by following the drop-down menu links under the navigation title, “DAY OF DEAD,” above.

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