This catrina was handmade buy Leonardo De La Puente and his family in Mexico city. The catrina is hand-painted & made of papier mache.
H: 13 inch.
L: 4 1/5 inch.
"Catrina has come to symbolize not only El Día de los Muertos and the Mexican willingness to laugh at death itself, but originally Catrina was an elegant or well-dressed woman, so it refers to rich people," de la Torre said. "Death brings this neutralizing force; everyone is equal in the end.”