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Catrinas - Ceramic Skeletons

 La Calavera Catrina was originally created in 1910 as a caricature of a rich woman of Mexcan society by printmaker Jose Guadalupe Posada. His Catrina represented the foolish extravagances of the privileged class who controlled the country's wealth and power and she fortold their demise. Now a popular symbol of the Day of the Dead, Catrina signifies the ability to laugh at death.

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