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Sugar Skull Bell
The sugar skull, or calavera, represents the celebration of life and death.
It is a visually stunning symbol associated with the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos. It represents the belief in the connection between the living and the deceased. Dia de los Muertos is a celebration where people honor and celebrate the lives and memories of those who have passed on. The holiday is a joyful and colorful celebration that unfolds from October 31st to November 2nd.
Honoring the art of the sugar skull tradition, we were inspired by the rich history, symbolism, and traditions of Dia de los Muerto; our sugar skull exhibits intricate, finely detailed craftsmanship.
The floral patterns adorning our sugar skull represent life’s fragility and beauty, while the geometric designs symbolize the connection between life and death.
Bells are a timeless symbol of luck and protection. These small bells typically attach to the bottom of the motorcycle and are an essential part of the motorcycle culture.
The bell symbolizes protection and serves as a talisman to ward off evil and provide a sense of security during motorcycle rides.
Bravo Bells are made in the USA using state-of-the-art lead-free pewter. Each Bravo Bell comes with a 24mm nickel-plated split ring, a 2″x2 1/2″ velveteen drawstring black bag, and a story card.

Sugar Skull Bell

SKU: BB-24
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