We’re collectors of all kinds of trinkets, but few things light up our face quite like a luminaria. (See what we did there?)
Deeply rooted in Mexican culture, their aesthetic reflects as much, with intricate floral designs hand-painted in vivid colors that are tempered down by the inherently earthy terracotta from which they are sculpted. Luminarias are each crafted by hand, no two exactly the same, and often take the form of a chapel with bell towers and arcade windows that illuminate when you place a votive candle inside. Endlessly enamored with these one-of-a-kind folk art finds, we’ve accumulated a curated collection of traditional luminaries to accompany this collection.