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Ceramic sculpture, 'Friendly Skull' - Floral Ceramic Day of the Dead Skull Sculpture from Mexico Curate

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Friendly Skull Floral Ceramic Day of the Dead Skull Sculpture from Mexico

The Mexican concept of the calavera, or skull, mocks the spectre of death with a... more

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The Mexican concept of the calavera, or skull, mocks the spectre of death with a colorful celebration of life. Eufrosia Pantaleon creates a whimsical Day of the Dead skull with vacant eyes and a toothy grin. Crafted of ceramic, the piece is hand-painted in festive colors with flowers and accent leaves.

  • 0.54 kgs
  • 1.2 lbs
  • 14 cm H x 13 cm W x 19 cm D
  • 5.5" H x 5" W x 7.5" D

  • Ceramic
  • Signed by the artist
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Mexico.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Mexico

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Eufrosia Pantaleon

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Eufrosia Pantaleon

Colorful ceramic masks, suns and moons

Mexico
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11 Testimonials for Eufrosia Pantaleon

Sandra

I absolutely love your work, your pieces make me feel good! So bright and colorful! You do great work! Thank You!

Richard

Pleased with this purchase also, but identical mask is done is soooo many designs, yet still the same mask

Joseph

I received the wall hanging ""Blossoming Eclipse"" today. It's beautiful. The fine detail of the painting is amazing, the craftsmanship is wonderful. The place I picked out for it is high on the wall, but I think I'm going to have to take it down once in a while, to admire the detailed work up close.
 
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