You do not have to be a Mexican to enjoy these wonderful painted images depicting sugar art practices in this South American Country during the time that they celebrate Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. This festival is held in central and southern Mexico in the dark and dreary days of November the 1 and 2nd. These days are public holidays in Mexico to celebrate the Catholic holiday called All Soul’s & All Saint’s Day and the churches, graveyards and homes are decorated with sugar skulls which represent a departed soul.
With eight colourful designs to choose from, Black/Rasta, Green, Pink, Rasta, Red, White, White/Green and Black, you could be spoilt for choice or have a variety around the home to dispose of your cigarettes in style. Not only will the Sugar Skull Resin Ashtrays keep your smoking areas clean, they are funky and fun to have around, they will decorate you rooms and they have a felt backing and will not scratch or mark furniture.
The design is typical of the decorative sugar skulls in Mexico, and each is shaped like a skull, decorated with a beautiful pattern and if you look closely, you will see the beautifully intricate cannabis leaf design.