Sugar skulls cannot be missing from the altars and decorations of the Day of the Dead festivities.
They appear in substitution of the skulls that in pre-Columbian times were used in the Tzompantlis with the purpose of honoring their gods. They remind us of the ever-present death, that inevitable passage from the earthly to the mystical. In November they appear in different sizes, decorated with multicolored crowns, spirals, and fretwork. Some are named after the deceased, others are given with the names of living people, reminding them of their inevitable fate.
You will find here our selection of the best bracelets with the effigy of the Dia de Los Muertos and colorful sugar skulls.