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Sugar Skull, florals with crystal chandelier earrings

(eek! this listing wasn't photographed with the crystal earrings but they DO come with.. as optional dangles from each "ear". (Vintage Chandelier tear-drop style, easy to remove and wear on real human earlobes!)


This beautiful copper-foiled stained glass window was handmade by Tamara Goldsmith in her Portland, OR studio for Redux Collective.

Often celebrated during Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, this sugar skull icon is prevalent in Mexico as part of the tradition of honoring the memory of deceased loved ones on this National Holiday, November 1st and 2nd.

 The solder lines and lead came frame on this piece have been given a black patina, and are waxed for a protective, shiny surface.


Hangs from two points near the top and sides with a heavy black chain.

Measures about 11" tall, 8" wide and hangs from the top of the chain to the bottom; about 18" in total.


60/40 lead/tin solder was used and the border is lead came.

Lead is not dangerous to have in your home in an art-piece like this unless sanded or causing lead-dust to be airborne and inhaled or somehow ingested. However, it is always a good idea to wash your hands well after cleaning or handling the piece.

Stained Glass Sugar Skull Dia de los Muertos

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