MEXICAN DAY OF DEAD SKELETON ARTIST CUT BUNTING.
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MEXICAN DAY OF DEAD SKELETON ARTIST CUT BUNTING.

Day of the Dead artist hand cut bunting, fair trade made in an artist's atelier. Beautiful and delicate skeleton design with fine string. Skulls dangle between the skels. About 3 metres long. Holy Kitsch! flags are the most beautiful skeleton bunting in the random universes hand cut by one of the top competing studios in Mexico. These ones come in black white or rainbow.

With both strands comes another skull hanging between the skeletons. These are all hand cut with a chisel and copyright.

Fantastic Festive Seasonal Decoration and they have a joyful cute humor in this case.

Paper cutting dates back to pre-Spanish time in Mexico where mulberry bark and ficus paper used to be cut with obsidian and papers made of grasses.

Amongst the Spanish ships cargo including slaves when they arrived was Chinese tissue paper wrapped around china. Indigenous baked earthenware though very refined lacked the different glazing techniques Chinese employed and the Moors so a trade had commenced in ideas with tissue and china.

The indigenous sided with the slaves and they helped each other against a powerful landed ruling gentry eventually obtaining Mexican independence. The people in Mexico who fought for independence were of Spanish origins indigenous African slaves and other backgrounds as Mexico is quite diverse.

 





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