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While coincident with Halloween and All Saints Day, the "Day of the Dead" holiday celebrated in Mexico and other countries in Central and South America has separate roots of tradition. The Day of the Dead originated with Aztec and other Nahua people as a time to welcome deceased loved ones back to their families in spirit. The sugar skulls and face-painting appeared after the 1900s when Mexican political cartoonist Guadalupe Posada put a "face" to the tradition of literary calaveras (satirical poetic tombstone epitaphs). The artist Diego Rivera featured one of Posada's stylized skeletons, and the rest is history. Each 18" necklace features a patina brass pendant with calaveras design on watercolor paper protected with resin. Select either a the blue-green design with a sterling silver rolo chain or pink-yellow design with a 14-kt gold-fill beading chain. Cost: $26.00 USD (sterling silver) or $38.00 USD (14kt gold-fill)
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