The Angel Bells are crafted in Mexico where ‘the angel has great cultural significance.’ In particular, the Angel of Independence is a majestic monument inaugurated in 1910 in Mexico City to pay tribute to the heroes of Mexico’s independence. Much to the distress of the populace, In 1957 a strong earthquake shook the angel from its perch. The sculpture survived and a short time later was re-established on its high perch to the delight of the Mexican people. “Today, due to its importance, the Angel of Independence is, along with the Zócalo, one of the two places in which Mexican people gather to celebrate or to protest in special occasions like political meetings and manifestations, or victorious performances of the Mexican football team in world championships.” -Mexico City – Guide.com
Fair Trade, silver plated Angel Bell Ornaments call attention wherever you may place them in your home. The angels are made of a non-precious metal alloy made up of copper, zinc and nickel. Then, they are silver plated giving them a bright, light catching patina. These striking Angel Bell Ornaments are made by a small family business in Taxco, Mexico. Topanien Global Gifts owner, Nadine, discovered the angel bells and got to meet the family at the local Tianguis Silver Market held every Saturday in Taxco. Each angel is given a distinct pose. Create your own collection of Silver Plated Angel Bells praying, reading or maybe even carrying a song book.
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One Angel Praying Bell Ornament with halo is approximately 2.75 tall by 2 inches wide.