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Charro Hat

Sombrero (Spanish for “Hat”) in English refers to a type of wide-brimmed hat used by charros (traditional Mexican horsemen) and mariachi in Mexico.


The serape or sarape is a long blanket-like shawl, often brightly colored and fringed at the ends, usually worn by men in Mexico. The length of the sarapes varies but front and back normally reach knee height on an average person.

Mexican Cushion

The “cojin mexicano” (litterally “Mexican cushion”) is a piece of colorful Mexican handcrafts. It is generally adorned with Mexican print or pattern and full of colors like pink, blue, orange or green. You can see it in many Mexican houses to add a colorful touch to the decoration.

Panama Hat

Despite of its name, the Panama Hat comes from Ecuador and became popular there since the 1900s. It is made of vegetable fiber in order to make it very light and flexible, and generally hand-weaved.


The name of this long garment comes from Spanish, and literally refers to the covering or enveloping means of oneself. A rebozo is a long straight piece of cloth which looks like a scarf or shawl.

Olinalá Box

Olinalá is a town located in the Western state of Guerrero. It is considered the most important center for the production of lacquer in Mexico. In Olinalá there are artisan workshops that have passed the techniques for lacquer production from generation to generation.

Huichol Art

The huichol people are Native Mexicans, living in the Sierra Madre Occidental. For the Huichol however, their crafts are not only an aesthetic or commercial art form; the symbols in their art have their origin in the Huichol culture and its shamanistic traditions.


The Guayabera shirt (gwai-a-Ber-a) is iconic for Caribbean culture, specifically for men from Merida and the Yucatan Peninsula. They are made of light fabrics, perfect for a hot climate.


The Mexican charola (“tray” in english) is generally adorned with vintage patterns that give it a certain style. It can be used to serve food and beverages or to distribute gifts for example.

Barro Plates

Since pre-Hispanic times, different Mexican cultures have been experts in working with clay and earth, to mix them with water and to create magnificent pieces of pottery. Nowadays, Mexican artisans keep surprising local and foreign people with exhibitions of their arts and crafts.

Tequila Bottle

Tequila is the most popular and famous beverage of Mexico. In handcrafts and Mexican gifts markets you can find adorned bottles of tequila, using Mexican regional art. Some people even collect tequila bottles.

Market Shopping Bag

Inspired to by the fashion “tote bag”, this shopping bag has a more typical Mexican style, because of the fabric. This is a convenient bag for shopping, available in many designs, with Mexican icons and motifs, and in different colors.

Talavera Poblana

Authentic Talavera pottery only comes from the city of Puebla and nearby communities, because of the quality of the natural clay found there and the tradition of the production which goes back to the 16th century.

Passport`s Slipcover.

This slipcover for passports became very popular and appreciated between the travelers. It actually protect your passport when you are travelling and helps you to find it in your bag for example. Also, if you use to keep several passports in the same place, you can recognize yours more easily thanks to the passport`s slipcover.


The alebrijes are one of the most colorful types of Mexican crafts. These wood carved sculptures represent fantasy animals, colored with bright colors and are often associated with the Valley of Oaxaca.


This kind of sandals is typical from Mexico, you can recognize the Mexican touch through its special weave and the colors used in the designs. They are ideal for sunny and hot days, and are available with many different colors and weaves.

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