A popular treat, made of sugar and colorfully decorated, skulls are given to both the living and the dead during the El Día de los Muertos, or All Souls' Day, Day of the Dead celebrations. Often times each calavera, or sugar skull, has a family member’s name on it. This ornament version, by the artisans of Artistry of Poland, is so delicately painted that it does look good enough to eat! And, so fragile in appearance that it's easy to forget its glass and not sugar. 4.5” from top to chin by 4” from ear to ear. Nestled in a red gift box. Handcrafted in Poland.
Shipping weight is approximately 1 lb. due to fragility.
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