Mexican ring CATRINA

In honour of Calavera Catrina, the Catrina ring, the skull of a Grande Dame, is the ring of those who do not take themselves too seriously. Life is basically a game, a game to win or to lose, and it makes no sense to remain in the shadows and to hide one's hand. The world is made up of colors, feelings, emotions, all of which to be lived fully.

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"Already in  precolombian civilizations, as well as in that of the Aztec, the idea of death was intimately connected to that of  'rebirth'.

Even now in Mexico popular tradition holds that every year on the Dia de los Muertos (1-2 November) souls return from after-life to embrace their friends and relations in a get-together and  to enjoy earthly delicacies. In order to welcome them appropriately, tombs are decorated with brightly-colored flowers and  little private 'altars' called ofrendas adorned with photos, drinks, cigarettes, etc. that had been particularly appreciated in life by the departed one. 

Death is thus experienced in this part of the world in a happy and light-hearted way."

In honour of Calavera Catrina, the Catrina ring, the skull of a Grande Dame, is the ring of those who do not take themselves too seriously. Life is basically a game, a game to win or to lose, and it makes no sense to remain in the shadows and to hide one's hand. The world is made up of colors, feelings, emotions, all of which to be lived fully.

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