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Also known as cajita de Olinalá, this type of craft is carved and painted by artisans from the state of Guerrero, in southern Mexico. The boxes are famous for their intricate designs and citrusy aroma. Cajita mía de Olinalá,palo-rosa, jacarandá.Cuando la abro de golpe dasu olor...

Mexican rag dolls, also known as Marías or muñecas de trapo, traditionally come from the state of Querétaro, in central Mexico. However, some sources indicate that the most popular dolls could also have originated among the Mazahua people, in the western state of Michoacán. Before the arrival of...

Amate is a type of bark paper. It is made by stripping the bark from different types of trees, such as nettle and wild fig. The bark is cleaned and dried before being boiled for several hours. Lime or ashes are added to the boiling water. After boiling, the...

F&C Mexican Fine Crafts tries to rescue and promote the beauty that craftsmen create with their own hands. Our artisans are experts in their craft and make unique pieces every time they sit down to weave, carve or paint. In ancient Mexico, among Náhuatl speaking people,...