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Handmade Tin Decorations

Add some sparkle to any celebration with these beautiful handmade Mexican Tin Angels, tinkling bells and brightly coloured Tin Decorations. For a really authentic Mexican feel our Mexican Hearts, our Hearts in Hands and our fantastic Tin Skeletons are stunning decorative milagros for the window or just hanging around the room.
 
We offer fast delivery and a gift wrapping service - check the options available on the basket page.
 




Sand Filled Tin Angel Candle Holders & Bells

Our silver tin angels are beautifully handmade and filled with sand for stability. They sit nicely on a mantlepiece or window sill and exude a gorgeous festive feel for any occasion. The tin bells compliment the angels nicely and are perfect hanging decorations. Both angels and bells may be bought individually or we offer a discount on a set of two angels and four bells.
 
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The bell in the first picture is just to show relative size.
 

Tin Angel Candle Holder (bell not included)
Small Tin Bells
2 Angels and 4 Bells - only £37

Buy 2 Angels & 4 Bells

Buy 2 Angels & 4 Bells for only Currency Converter £37.00  buy

Traditional tin decorations

Our bright sparkly tin decorations are completely handmade and handpainted. They comprise traditional Christmas pieces, classic "Day Of The Dead" skeleton figures and a great range of birds and animals.

Brilliant for any celebratory event.

Buy 10 or more and get them for £2.50 each. Buy 20 or more and get them for £2.25 each.
Just add them to your basket and the appropriate discount will be applied at checkout.

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TF10 ~ 110mm

TF10 ~ 110mm
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Purple Tin Skeleton
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Blue Tin Skeleton

Buy the set of five

Buy the set of five for only Currency Converter £30.00 buy

Tin Heart 1
Tin Heart 2
Tin Heart 4
Cross
Heart in Hand 1

Heart in Hand 1
approx. 150mm
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Heart in Hand 2
Heart in Hand 3
Heart in Hand 4

The main Christmas celebration in Mexico is called Las Posadas and begins nine days before Christmas. This is a reenactment of Joseph and Mary's search for a place to stay in Bethlehem. Friends and family members divide themselves into two groups - pilgrims and innkeepers. The pilgrims travel from house to house asking for shelter and are refused at each until they finally reach the house where an alter and Nativity scene have been set up. Here the pilgrims are welcomed in with great rejoicing, a traditional prayer is spoken, and the party begins. Food and drink are served and then children take turns trying to break open the piñata.

Handmade Hojalata (Tin Art) decorations are great for any type of celebration. Hang them from trees, on walls or as a string across a decorated room. They sparkle and shine and are impossible to ignore adding style and flair to any event. We love them.