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Catrina Transport Bus - Day of the Dead

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Check this out....our Mexican Catrina Bus....loaded with skeleton friends and provisions!  How fun is that? Take a look at the cargo!  A must have for the Day of the Dead Collector. Also, know as Dia de Los Muertos!  Made in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexico. This truck is signed on the bottom  

Day of the Dead is a holiday in Mexico celebrating life. It is a day of remembrance, a day to remember loved ones that have passed away. This Talavera Catrina is one symbol of the "Day of the Dead" (Dia de Los Muertos).

The photo shown will be the actual bus shipped. Measures Approximately:

  6.50  Inches Tall

  4.75  Inches Wide
  8.25  Inches deep.

Due to the nature of hand crafting, each piece of art is unique and beautiful, variations and imperfections are to be expected and are normal. This only adds to the uniqueness of each piece, each piece is a individual work of art.

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01/15/2024
Alma A.
United States United States

Love items

Great

DB
11/11/2022
Daniel B.
United States United States

Great piece

I purchased this piece as we often conduct tequila tastings at agave events and engage with consumers with our brand - Curado tequila. We wanted some pieces that depicted authentic upscale artsy expressions from Mexico. The piece is absolutley beautiful and very well made!

12/02/2022

MexDecor

I am so glad that the bus worked well for your tastings. Thank You and Enjoy!

GD
10/03/2021
Gordon D.
United States United States

Day of dead bus

Very nice piece. Love the colors

10/07/2021

MexDecor

The colors are fantastic! Thank you and enjoy.

Friendly Hello....

Here we are in Mexico at one of our favorite restaurants! Photo is not too great, but the treasures we bring back from Mexico are! We hope you enjoy looking and let us know if you have any questions. Happy Browsing!

Agapios and Susan