Sencillo Necklace: choose your color and chain

A festival of joy that welcomed spirits back into the living, Day of the Dead is a thousands year old tradition dating back to Aztec, Toltec, and other Nahua people, now located in Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Families joyfully decorate the graves of their loved ones, creating altars not for worshipping, but for welcoming them back in celebration, to reignite memories and rekindle spiritual connection.


  • hand painted wood elements by Laura Vasquez Cruz, 4th generation Zapotec artist of San Martin Tilcajete, Oaxaca, México
  • colors vary
  • oxidized chain OR gold chain: please tell us what you prefer in the notes
  • this piece is an interpretation of the OFRENDA, or altars, that are created to commemorate the dead by their beloveds.
  • extremely light, wearable, colorful, joyful commemorative piece

feel beautiful in this limited edition collection, darling Sophanista

black multi
aqua multi

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