Colectivo Casa Calavera

Calacas Doing Things Day of the Dead Shadow Box

Sale price Price $39.00 Regular price

Unique and Authentic Day of the Dead Shadow Box 100% Made in Puebla, Mexico

These colorful shadowboxes display calacas, or skeletons, representing various icons and activities of Mexican culture. Although perfect for Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead decorations, in Mexico, these shadowboxes, or nichos/vitrinas, can be seen decorating all spaces throughout the year, adding a unique and fun representation of love for Mexican culture. 

  • Box made of wood with decorations made of mixed materials that include clay, wires, and plastic.
  • 9 boxes displaying different images.
  • Handmade.
  • Flat bottom for the shadow box to stand upright, but they also have a hook on the back for optional hanging.
  • The open display does not include glass on the front.
  • Measurements:
    5 ¾" wide x 8 ½" tall x 1" in width. 
    1 ½" at the base for resting.
  • All shadow boxes will have a variation of images. Unfortunately, for their high demand, we cannot assure the exact same image and/or order of images as shown in the pictures. but most will remain consistent overall. If you see a design you like, feel free to indicate so in the comment box section right before check out "special instruction for seller" or contact us with your order number and we will try our best to match your request.

- At Lolo - Mercadito we are committed to acknowledging the nature of each product. With each purchase, you are getting a unique and authentic piece that was handmade with love by artisans from Mexico. For their artisanal nature, there might be some flaws and variations in color, measurements, and design.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

The details are incredible!

These shadowboxes are made with great detail and we are so glad you were able to see it for yourself! Thank you so much for your amazing review and your support!

Anita Snow
Super cool!

It will be the first thing I place on my annual Día de Los Muertos altar! Lolo Mercadito is the best