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Tin work, known in Mexico as hojalata, goes back to the 16th Century. Artists use natural, oxidized and brightly laquered paints to create ornaments, nichos, mirrors, lanterns and other decorative pieces. Our interesting variety of tin work comes from Oaxaca where the artists use more natural and laquered tin, and from San Miguel de Allende where oxidized tin is more popular.
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Tin Cross Mirrored Flower Petal Tin Ornaments
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Enameled Tin Heart Ornaments - Set of 3 Tin Frame, Small
Our Price: $10.00
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Enameled Tin Ornaments - Set of 5 Enameled Day of the Dead Tin Ornaments - Set of 5
Our Price: $14.00
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Mirrored Tin Heart - Small Traditional Oxidized Tin Nicho
Our Price: $16.00
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Oxidized Tin Cathedral Nicho Oxidized Tin Cross Nicho
Our Price: $16.50
Our Price: $16.50
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