Store your most valuable treasures within our Day of the Dead jewelry box. Each Miracle Box is hand crafted to perfection, covered with over 200 authentic Milagro Charms. These particular Milagros are inspired by Dia de los Muertos "Day of the Dead". Crafted by skilled artisans to hold your valuables and add a touch of culture to your decor. Each Miracle Box is carved and sanded by hand from Avocado wood. The lid is fastened to the body with sturdy brass hinges, the thickness is about 1"inch. Carved and crafted to have a simple minimalist design, hand painted in flat black allowing the silver Milagro charms to stand out. Currently available in 2 sizes, both Miracle Boxes are embellished with over 200 authentic Milagro charms on all sides (except back side and bottom). Artisans fastened each and every silver Milagro charm to the box in a completely unique pattern using only a hammer and nails.
Large 9"w x 5"h x 6"depth
Medium- 7"w x 5"h x 5"depth
About our Milagros Collection.
Artifacts hand carved by artisans, from sacred hearts & crosses to Santos sculptures & mini Treasure Chests. Each unique design is hand carved from Avocado wood, & hand painted in rich colors. Authentic Milagro charms are hand hammered onto each carving in specific patterns. This Milagros Carving will not only add a touch of cultural beauty to your home it will also inspire creativity in your life. These small metal medallions called "Milagros" are fastened to the front of the cross by hand and hammer. This carving and all other designs part of the Milagros Collection are 100% handmade. The amount of Milagro charms found on each individual carved jewelry box will vary from piece to piece. No two creations are ever the same!
About the miracle charms called Milagros.
The english word literally translates to “Miracle”, these small charms are thought to have originated with the ancient Iberians who inhabited the coastal regions of Spain 2000 - 3000 B.C.. Milagros are made in endless shapes and sizes, and each figure has a different meaning. For century’s through-out Latin America people of faith have used Milagros as votive offerings to mend or heal one's ailments or pray for "assistance" with other difficulties in their daily lives.