The Day of the Dead, Día de los Muertos 11 Piece CollectionNovember 1st is "All Saints Day" and November 2nd is "All Souls Day". In many areas of Mexico the festivities begin for the" Day of the Dead". Death and Festivities go hand-in-hand, for most Mexicans, the two are intricately entwined. The ancient indigenous peoples of Mexico (Purepecha, Nahua, Totonac and Otomí) believed that the souls of the dead return each year to visit with their living relatives - to eat, drink and be merry. Just as if they did when they were living. This listing is for a collection of items bought many years ago on a family vacation in Mexico. The date of 1978 is written on the bottom of one box scene.They are in like new condition. The only flaw noticed when taking pictures is that the little Mexican Man serenading the little Mexican Woman is missing the guitar neck.Total of 11 pieces1. Skull - white on black base, measures: 1.125 inches tall 2. Skull- black with necklace cord. measures: 1.125 tall and the cord measures 24 inches 3. Skull - black, measures: 1" height and 1.5" deep. 4. Small Tin Colorful Framed Mirror, measures 4" wide and 3" tall with a small hook for hanging on the back. 5. Shadow box with skulls, clouds, young women in flames, measures 10" tall, 8" wide and 1" deep 6. Wedding Box with Bride, Groom, suite case, dead crow, clock on the wall, mirror and black cat. 7. Box Scene with skulls, birds, skeleton sitting on brightly painted ladder, measures 2.75" wide, 3.25" tall and 1" deep. 8. Box Scene with casket, wreaths, candles, couples, mirror, writing about death, measures 2.75" wide, 3.25" tall and 1" deep. 9. Mexican Couple on red base, measures 2.5" wide by 1.5" deep and 3.5" tall. 10. Skelton holding skulls made of tin, measures 6.5 inches tall, has a small hook on top of his head for hanging. 11. Skelton Bride holding dead flowers, measures 4" tall.
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