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Catrinas - Ceramic Skeletons

Catrinas - Ceramic Skeletons

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