Culture Multicolor Decor Accessories(110 items)
Welcome to the Culture Multicolor Decor Accessories Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Culture Multicolor Decor Accessories
This set is the best!!! When we do house swaps, it really looks as though I am a world traveler. I have decorated an entire shelf with the set of boxes and worry dolls along with one of Novicas worry doll mirrors. Together the boxes and dolls and the mirror look just beautiful!!!
Favorite Jewelry box and art piece
I have a few pieces of jewelry I wear often, and this is the perfect place to store them in my office. I love Frida Kahlo and this box is gorgeous.
I love these Guatemalan worry dolls. I gave them as a gift and they arrived in a lovely box, ready to give. Thank you!
Lopez Garcia Family Handcrafted Guatemalan worry dolls
"...the Mayan princess Ixmucane received a gift from the sun god, making her able to solve any person's problem. Later, people began creating dolls with whom they'd share their problems."
Popular Culture Multicolor Decor Accessories
Hand Made Cotton Figurines and Bag (Set of 12) Guatemala, "Worry Doll Dancers"$44.99
Wearing a variety of colorful cotton dresses, 12 Guatemalan worry dolls preserve Maya traditions. Originally made in honor of the Mayan sun god, these diminutive figurines are handcrafted by the Lopez Garcia Family in the style of or "worry dolls," designed to provide comfort and store preoccupations. The set of twelve arrives with a colorful cotton bag.
Six Cotton Worry Dolls and Pinewood Boxes from Guatemala, "Country Treasures"$29.95
A collection of six worry dolls offers comfort crafted of cotton and tule wood. The Lopez Garcia Family of Guatemala handcrafts each doll with care, elaborating them with head scarves and dresses in a variety of colors. Six multicolored pinewood boxes house the worry dolls.
Set of 100 Guatemalan Worry Dolls with Pouch in 100% Cotton, "The Worry Doll Clan"$59.99
Dressed in a variety of colorful dresses, 100 Guatemalan worry dolls are here to preserve ancient Maya traditions. Legend has it that the Maya Sun God gave princess Ixmucané the gift of solving people's problems. With time people started making dolls in Ixmucané's honor and they would tell her their woes, hoping she would solve them through the dolls. "This tradition is still alive," says Ana from the Lopez Garcia Family. "The idea is to have many worry dolls and trust each one with whatever troubles you. Once you've told them, you put them under your pillow. It is said that during the night, while we sleep, the dolls will whisper the solution to our troubles. For us, crafting the worry dolls - - is our main source of income. It allows us to provide our children with an education as well as a job for all of us."
The set of 100 arrives in a pedal-loomed cotton pouch.
Please expect slight variations in color and size as each doll is crafted by hand with available materials, rendering each one unique.