It is believed that the Aztecs worshipped a goddess of death that they alleged protected their departed loved ones, helping them into the next stages. The Mexican tradition of honoring and celebrating the dead is entrenched deeply in the culture of its people. Her name is La Catrina and the essence of her story goes deep into Mexican traditions and roots but has been only restyled in the last century.
The vibrant Mexican culture is full of deep-rooted traditions and events that are celebrated throughout the country. El Día de los Muertos is a celebration rich in rituals and expresses the unique and exceptional relationship that Mexicans have with death and with their ancestors.
- 316L Stainless Steel, strong and resistant
- Surface Width: 20mm