*NEW* Sugar Skull Jhumka
Our Sugar Skull Jhumka is Inspired by the beautiful Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). In Mexican culture, the sugar skull represents the departed soul. They are crafted in abundance to use as colourful offerings at altars that honour the dead. Vibrant and bright, the festival is a celebration of the lives of the deceased with food, drink and parties!
Handcrafted from 80% recycled brass, plated in Glossy Silver or Glossy Gold, and adorned with touches of turquoise, yellow, white and red enamel, creating a melting pot of earthy colours in a dark, yet celebratory motif.
Our pieces are handcrafted by local artisans and are not intended to look “perfect”. Please note that there may be slight variations in your piece and the images presented here.