Day of the Dead Tile of Frida Kahlo


Día de Muertos is celebrated primarily on November 1 – All Saints Day- and November 2 – All Souls Day. Generally, the 1st is to mourn children who have passed away, and the 2nd is for adults. The whole country is geared up with festivities. Special sweets and treats line entire market stalls with colorful sugar skeletons and coffins by the thousands spilling out into view. Michoacan state has a large Purepecha population. A fierce people that the Aztecs never fully conquered, they retain the traditions of the Día de Muertos, particularly in towns and villages near Lake Pátzcuaro.

Only 1 left in stock


4 1/4″ X 4 1/4
6.2 oz.
Glazed Tile
Made of Clay
Can be used as a Trivet
From Mexico

Additional information

Weight 7 oz
Dimensions 5 x 5 in