Mexican Sterling Silver Earrings Handmade by Carlos Gutierrez

  • Day of the Dead celebration
    Once considered simply a Mexican holiday, this tradition of remembering and honoring our dearly departed has been embraced by many beyond Mexico's borders.
    Throughout North America and beyond the concept of celebratory remembrance, the style it brings has gone mainstream. In Tucson, Arizona the Day of the Dead has evolved in to a weekend long festival culminating in the All Souls Procession which rallies 150,000 costumed participants in a two mile parade full of color and music.

    About The Designer:
    Carlos Gutierrez was born in Oaxaca and moved to Usa in 1975, where he became an artist and jewelry designer. Many of his designs are inspired by his vision of Mexico, the Day of the Dead, and by the work of Frida Kahlo and other Mexican artists. He now lives in Los Angeles and is a world famous jewelery designer.

    Size: 1 1/2" high, including ear wire, by 1 5/8" wide. Weight: 13 grams. All measurements are approximate.

    Buyer is responsible for customs duty on international shipments.

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