This joyful statuette of a young woman from Guadalajara, traditionally called a tapatia, is sure to add a playful accent to your home decor.
The workshop of Fernando Sarvide crafts each individual piece of this puzzle-like statuette from MDF and then hand paints them with vibrant colors to form this beautiful woman in braids and a traditional ruffled dress.
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- Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
- 5.25" H x 4.7" W x 0.6" D (13 x 12 x 1,5 cm)
- Warning: Choking Hazard. Small parts - not for children under 3 years
- Shipped from Montreal
Meet the artisan ...
"It wouldn't be the same without the people who work with us. They've shared their ideas and their work as we try to build a collective dream."
"I was born in Mexico City in 1955. From the time I was a boy, I felt a need to create. A friend and I invented things like putting a sail on a bicycle so the wind would push us along, or making a yo-yo with a string long enough so we could play from the rooftop. We said we were going to be inventors. We spent our time thinking up strange ideas that worried our moms... read more