Dia de los Muertos or the “Day of the Dead” is a Mexican religious holiday dedicated to honoring the dead. Created more than 3500 years ago, the Aztecs celebrated by welcoming those spirits back to Earth for a visit. Skulls were displayed as a symbol of life, death and rebirth.
Today, the sugar skull is considered an integral part of the Dia de los Muertos celebration. The bright, cheery, whimsical skulls are often placed near the ofrenda, or offering, welcoming the deceased.
- 18" - Approximately 18"x18"
- 24" - Approximately 24"x24"
- 36" - Approximately 36"x36"
- Steel - We carefully selected a highly durable, 18 gauge cold-rolled steel for this product, which is heavy enough to withstand a lifetime of use but light enough to manage and hang safely in a wide range of places.
- Leading Edge Print - The high quality image is printed over the steel silhouette and is UV and weather resistant! It is not a sticker!
- Powder Coat - The powder coating process involves three basic steps: part preparation or the pre-treatment, the powder application, and curing. This creates a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint, making your piece safe for both indoor and outdoor use!
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