Mexican Religious(149 items)
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I really like this & bought it as a gift but very tempted to keep it for myself! Very cool......love it!
Such a beautiful representation of the Virgen
I love the Virgen de Guadalupe and have her on my wall next to my bed along with other south and central American retablos and crosses. This is done in vivid porcelain and so colorful and bright.
Very colorful, well-made and attention to every detail. Exactly as described and looks wonderful above my fireplace next to candleholders I purchased on vacation in Mexico years ago. Lovely!
Maria Belen Nilson Sterling silver jewelry
"I love this country, all of my designs are inspired by Mexico and Frida Kahlo. I really enjoy doing what I do, it comes from my deep love for Mexico, and for letting me be who I want to be."
We met in 2007. Over these years, I've been able to promote my jewelry in a different way. And I have met with artisans from all over the world.
I feel a huge passion for Mexican traditions and I really believe in the value of this wonderful art.... read more
Popular Mexican Religious
Hand-Painted Papier Mache Nativity Scene from Mexico, "Awestruck Nativity"$49.99
Making an awesome entry into your home, this charming Mexican nativity brings the spirit of Jesus into any home. Handcrafted of papier mache, Mary, Joseph, and a holy angel gather around baby Jesus in a manger. Hand-painted designs accentuate each piece. This charming set arrives in a floral papier mache box.
Hand-Painted Talavera-Style Ceramic Mary Wall Sculpture, "Praying Mary"$27.99
Hands held together in prayer, the virgin Mary is exalted with this wall sculpture from Mexico. Juana Ponce creates this hacienda-style wall sculpture, which is crafted from ceramic and painted by hand with vibrant colors in the tradition of Talavera handicrafts. This sculpture can be displayed on a tabletop as well as a wall.
Decoupage cross, "Virgin of Guadalupe"$37.99
Highly revered and beloved by the Mexican people, the Virgin of Guadalupe inspires Ana Maria Gonzalez to create a collection of decoupage crosses in her honor. In 1999, Pope John Paul II named Our Lady of Guadalupe patron saint of the Americas, and she is celebrated on December 12. Her well-known image miraculously appeared on the Saint Juan Diego's robe, where he was carrying Castilian roses as proof of her appearance to him. Guadalupe sent him to the Spanish bishop to convince him to a build a church in her honor. For this cross, Gonzalez selects the banner that proclaims her as (Queen of Mexico and Empress of the Americas).