Bone Sugar Skull Earrings - Day of the Dead Mexican Jewelry

Brand: Ollipop

Features:

  • Sugar Skull Earrings provide protection, good luck and the start of many conversations. These kitsch, miniature calavera skulls are surrounded by a wreath of hand-painted metal flowers, reminiscent of the traditional Mexican paper flowers seen at fiestas.
  • Day of the Dead festivals have become popular for their cultural meaning and lavish and colorful symbols, particularly the skull.
  • Wear these Skull Earrings with your favorite jeans or embroidered Mexican blouse or dress. Popular choice for Cinco de Mayo, Dia de Los Muertos, Halloween, Birthday Gifts, Quinceaneras and everyday wear. Suitable for many fashion styles including southwest, pinup, gothic and punk.
  • Rainbow aurora borealis crystal stones are set in the dangling teardrop. Bronze metal finish and Swarovski crystal transmit quality and exquisite craftsmanship.
  • Size: 2.5" long x 0.5" wide. Each pair of earrings arrives in a black velour pouch with lifetime warranty certificate. Fabricated by hand in our Los Angeles, USA studio.

Publisher: Sweet Romance

Details: Sugar Skull Earrings provide protection, good luck and the start of many conversations. These kitsch, miniature calavera skulls are surrounded by a wreath of hand-painted metal flowers, reminiscent of the traditional Mexican paper flowers seen at fiestas. Rainbow aurora borealis crystal stones are set in the dangling teardrop. Bronze metal finish and Swarovski crystal transmit quality and exquisite craftsmanship. Size: 2.5" long x 0.5" wide. Each pair of earrings arrives in a black velour pouch with lifetime warranty certificate. Fabricated by hand in our Los Angeles, USA studio.

The spirits awaken!
Dia de los Muertos, "Day of the Dead," is celebrated throughout Mexico and South America. For two days, food and festivities are prepared to honor and remember friends and family who have passed. In many homes, an ofrenda (alter) is made, decorated with candles, flowers, wildflowers, fruit, plates of mole, tortillas and toys. Folk art skeletons and decorated skulls adorn everything. It is believed that the gates of heaven open on Oct 31 and the spirits of beloved deceased are allowed to reunite with their family for two days. The Day of the Dead's folklore has been an inspirational source for art, some of its symbols blended with those of Halloween, occurring on the same date.


Collections: