Mexican Crafts, Mexican Handicrafts, Mexican Folk Art for Sale - Dos Manos LLC
If you are looking for Mexican crafts -
Mexican handicrafts such as pre-Columbian replicas, this is the right place for you.
Left to right: Debbie, Asst. Manager; Bill Sullivan,
If you are in Royal Oak, Michigan, please drop by to say
"hello" to Debbie or Bill. You might even find
something of interest for your gift shopping!
Just enter by way of the alley between Center St. and Washington
Ave., and between Fifth St. and Sixth St. For more
information on restaurants and other attractions in our town
please visit the
Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce.
Since 1986, Dos Manos, LLC has been proud to provide an
opportunity for artisans to export their Mexican handcrafts, still
an important source of income in many rural areas of Latin
America, while helping to preserve the cultural traditions
of each country.
Included are crafts from present-day Mexico, Central and South
America. Visit the links on the left to see our complete
listings of Latin American, especially Mexican handicrafts.
"Haab" was the Maya solar calendar of 18 months of
20 days each, and 5 days at year end. Our Maya Calendar is
handcrafted in finely detailed stucco at a family workshop in
Mexico. It includes a hanging hook and a description card. Maya calendar can be a perfect gift in 2012! Get 2012 Maya calendar now!
This beautiful Mexican handicraft is a replica of the Aztec calendar stone.
Also known as Stone of the Sun, it is a large monolithic sculpture that was
excavated in the Mexico City's main square, on December 17, 1790.
Despite being known as a "calendar stone," modern archaeologists such as
those at the National Anthropology Museum in Mexico City, believe it is more
likely to have been used primarily as a ceremonial basin or ritual altar for
sacrifices, than as an astrological or astronomical reference.
A striking piece of ancient Mexico for any display!