Cactus Cake Topper

Cactus Cake Topper

Cactus Cake Topper

Cactus Cake Topper

Mexico
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Mexican Tree of Life pottery traditionally depicts biblical scenes from the Garden of Eden. This cake topper is a... READ MORE

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Mexico

Mexican Tree of Life pottery traditionally depicts biblical scenes from the Garden of Eden. This cake topper is a miniature modern version intended for use in Day of the Dead celebrations, with motifs of birds, fruit, and flowers representing life and rebirth. The Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is a holiday held throughout Mexico on All Saints' Day that combines Aztec and Spanish Catholic traditions. This day is a fantastic celebration of the lives of deceased ancestors and friends, filled with food, singing, dancing, and games. The deceased are believed to awaken to share in the festivities. Traditionally, families decorate tombs and build altars, or ofrendas, as an offering to the dead. The altars are piled with cempas�_�_chil (marigolds known as the flower of the dead), candles, the deceased's favorite foods, and skulls made of candy or clay.

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The woven textile is carefully applied to a flax linen substrate, which provides a border between the textile and frame. This piece is available in our lucite frame. Our signature gold St. Frank plate is featured in the bottom right-hand corner of each piece.

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Provenance

Mexican Tree of Life pottery traditionally depicts biblical scenes from the Garden of Eden. This cake topper is a miniature modern version intended for use in Day of the Dead celebrations, with motifs of birds, fruit, and flowers representing life and rebirth. The Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is a holiday held throughout Mexico on All Saints' Day that combines Aztec and Spanish Catholic traditions. This day is a fantastic celebration of the lives of deceased ancestors and friends, filled with food, singing, dancing, and games. The deceased are believed to awaken to share in the festivities. Traditionally, families decorate tombs and build altars, or ofrendas, as an offering to the dead. The altars are piled with cempas�_�_chil (marigolds known as the flower of the dead), candles, the deceased's favorite foods, and skulls made of candy or clay.