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Purepecha Doll Mexico | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This doll represents a Purepecha woman from Michoacan, Mexico. She is part of the Zuno de Echeverria fashion doll collection.

Purepecha Doll Mexico Michoacan | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Mexican doll dressed in a typical costume of the Purepecha women from the state of Michoacan.

Huichol Doll Mexico by Teyacapan, via Flickr

This male doll wears a costume typical of Wixarika (Huichol) men from Jalisco or Nayarit states in NW Mexico. From the Zuno de Echeverria doll collection

Tzeltal de Chiapas

This doll is dressed in the white huipil with red stripes that is typical of those worn by the tseltal Maya women of Oxchuc, Chiapas Mexico.

Maya Doll Mexico by Teyacapan, via Flickr~ Chiapas

This doll depicts a tsotsil Maya man wearing the traditional traje of Zinacantan, a large town outside San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas Mexico.

"Lupita" Doll Flowers Virgin Guadalupe Blue Dress Ceramic Mexican Folk Art

Quinceañera "Lupita" Doll Ceramic Figurine Rose Dress

"Lupita" Doll Flowers Virgin Guadalupe Blue Dress Ceramic Mexican Folk Art

- Lupita with Basket of Ripe Apples, Mexican Ceramic Figurine with a Lime Green Dress. - The figurine is 11-3/8" tall and 6 1/4" wide at the base. - Please note all details. This figurine has the Dres

Quinceañera "Lupita" Doll Ceramic Figurine Rose Dress

- Lupita with Basket of Ripe Apples, Mexican Ceramic Figurine with a Lime Green Dress. - The figurine is tall and 6 wide at the base. This figurine has the Dres

Zapotec Doll Mexico | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This doll is dressed in a typical costume from the Sierra Norte region of Oaxaca, Mexico. Her blouse reminds me of the beautifully embroidered blouses made in the Zapotec community of San Jeronimo Xochina.

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