Medium Hand Painted Day of the Death Wooden Sugar Skulls
During Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Death, festivities sugar skulls are a well-known part of the celebration and can be seen decorating ofrendas (offerings) to represent the deceased. Traditional sugar skulls are made of granulated white sugar and are exactly what the name indicates: skull-shaped sugar. However, other materials are used to represent sugar skulls such as clay and wood. Today, sugar skulls have become a staple of Mexican culture and are present all year round.
These beautifully made sugar skulls are hand painted and carved by the talented hands of artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico. This is the perfect piece to decorate your ofrenda while on Day of the Death celebrations and continue to add a special Mexican touch in other times of the year, it will never go out of style.
- Hand carved wood.
- Hand Painted.
- Approximate Measurements: 3 inches X 2 inches
- Each design is one of a kind and cannot be replicated. That is why we cannot guarantee any specific design, only color.
- 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.