Barbapapa Calavera Brooch
240.00€ (shipping fee included)
This brooch is embroidered with high-quality Japanese glass beads and adorned with a Swarovski crystal drop. The back of the brooch is covered with soft suedette and includes two pins for good support.
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Whoever says skulls necessarily says dead, is wrong. In Mexico, “El dia de los muertos” was established as early as the 1920s by the nationalist governments that emerged from the 1910 revolution. Mixture of Aztec tradition and All Saints’ Day, Christian feast brought by the Spanish conquistadors, the Day of the Dead is strongly symbolized by these “Calaveras”. Indeed, every November 2, small sugar skulls (“Calaveras de dulce” or “Sugar skulls”) are made to adorn the altars, serve as offerings and celebrate the dead, during very festive ceremonies.
|Dimensions||7.5 × 9.5 cm|