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  • Jennifer Putnam

    Nichols. Mexican folk art. @thetweedsuitcase

  • Olga Dlv

    I want to make my own! In Mexican & South American cultures, small, decorated boxes called "nichos" are commonly found in home & public places, displayed on walls or pedestals. Made from wood or tin & often painted with bright colors, they provide a stage-like setting for an object or collection of objects that have great significance. Most commonly functioning as an alter for a religious icon, a Nicho can also serve as a memorial to a loved one or as a reminder of an important event.

  • Kristina Grisham

    Shadow boxes to show off your DOD skellies

  • Mercia Merino de Medeiros

    Mexican tin art ~ We offer a beautiful selection of Authentic Mexican Art at

  • Caro Sol

    ✢ STYLE ✢ Viva Mexico | mexican tin art

  • Nance

    Mexico Art

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