Mexico Lindo imports fine folk Mexican arts and crafts, and is known for their exceptional selection of carved and painted wooden Alebrijes or woodcarvings from Oaxaca and also the brilliantly colorful beaded masks, jewelry and yarn paintings of the Huichol Indians. Here you can also find a wonderous variety of crafts representing the traditions and arts of many of Mexicos indigenous peoples, such as pierced tin-work items and fixtures, Talavera ceramics from Puebla and Oaxacan black pottery. The distinctive textiles and patterns of many regions are found in a delicious array of clothing, blankets, rugs, pillows, wall hangings, placemats, mirrors, trays, baskets and leather goods. You will also find a one-of-a-kind collection of handmade wire wrapped mineral jewelry (many with Mayan and Aztec motifs), and beaded necklaces, made by co-owner and graduate gemologist, Lisa DiGioia. In addition, we carry the gleaming silver and gemstone jewelry that is recognized throughout the world as an example of fine silversmithing. Mexico Lindo also has a wonderful selection of items representing some of the most beloved and famous icons and customs from Mexican culture, such as: Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, San Juan Diego and the Virgin of Guadalupe, the Celebration of the Day of the Dead, Che Guevara and many others. Mexico Lindo seeks to educate others about both ancient and modern Mexican culture, customs and cuisines, and we carry an excellent selection of books, cookbooks, music and ingredients for cooking. We seek to provide the means for others to create or enhance their home environments and collections, with items appropriate for both private and public sanctuaries, altars and fiestas.
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