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  • ADE International - Offers a catalog of Mexican crafts from blown-glass, pottery, pewter to candles.
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  • Alebrijes Co - Offers a catalog of wood carvings from Oaxaca also known as Alebrijes.
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  • Alegreea.com - Catalog of Mexican jewelry, handbags, shawls, dresses and organic honey and vanilla.
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  • Arriero Rugs - Features all different kinds and sizes of traditional hand woven Zapotec rugs by Pantaleon Ruiz.
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  • The Art of Mexico - Showcases a traditional and contemporary Mexican folk art. Wholesale prices with express shipping direct from Mexico.
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  • Aztec Empire - Offers Mexican handicrafts including talavera pottery, oaxacan wood carvings, ironwood carvings, papier mache and pewter.
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  • Casa Artelexia - Featuring contemporary Mexican artistic pieces, textiles and jewelry with various Mexican themes such as Frida Kahlo, Virgin of Guadalupe, Milagros, Loteria and Day of the Dead.
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  • Casa de Mexico - Features catalog of silver and alpaca jewelry with natural stones.
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  • Colours of Mexico - Online store that services the European Union with a catalog of Talavera pottery and hammered copper sinks.
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  • Copal Online Store - Features catalog of Mexican handicrafts including amate paper drawings, the Moreno family papier mache sculptures, Mayan hammocks and paper flowers together with information about Mexican folk art history, different styles and prominent artists.
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  • CopperSinks.com - Features a catalog of Mexican Copper, Talavera and Stone handmade sinks.
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  • Culturas de Arte - Catalog of Mexican handicrafts including pottery, jewelry, blown glass, paintings and prints.
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  • El Callejon Art - Catalog of hand crafted wrought iron, tin and blown glass candle holders, lanterns and lamps.
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  • El Caracol Zapoteca - Specializes in Oaxacan wood carvings
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  • El Chamaco - Catalog of blankets, blouses, party decorations and paper flowers.
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  • El Charro - Features, Charro suits in all sizes, Mexican Folkloric dances dresses and shoes, saddle ware and Wedding dresses.
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  • El Jorongo - Custom hand-loomed wool rugs, handknitted merino wool sweaters, hand-dyed weaving and knitwear in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México.
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  • El Paso Saddleblankets - Offers a large catalog of handmade Mexican pottery, wool rugs, saddle blankets and leather goods. Wholesale and individual sales available.
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  • eMexArt - Catalog of dried flowers on acrylic set on sterling silver pendants, bracelets and other jewelry pieces and handmade wooden jigsaw puzzles with Mexican scenes, letters and animals.
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  • Far Flung Arts - Folk art and crafts including pottery, ceramics, textiles, wood carvings, religious art and other handcrafted works.
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  • Fine Crafts & Imports - Hammered copper vases, trays, plates, talavera and tin mirrors, and candle holders.
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  • Galeria Atotonilco - Mexican folk art collection featuring pottery, wood carvings, Huichol artwork, lacquer ware, sarapes and tin.
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  • Galleria Elegante - Online Store featuring Talavera pottery from different sources including certified Talavera from Uriarte and Mata Ortiz Pottery.
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  • Golden Eagle Galleries - Catalog features Mata Ortiz Pottery such as vases and jars and related Information about the Casas Grandes pottery style.
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  • Hand Art - Catalog of Mexican clothing including embroidered blouses and dresses, guayaberas, rebozos and table clothing.
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  • The Handcraft Mall - Mexican handcrafts, talavera pottery, blown glass and wood carvings.
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  • I Love Musica - Suppliers of custom made Mariachi clothing, instruments, strings and educational materials for the Mariachi and Latino bands.
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  • La Mariposa Gallery - Offers Mexican vintage silver and artworks.
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  • La Mariposa Imports - Home decor, folk art, fiesta party supplies and clothing from Mexico, Central America and South America.
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  • La Zamorana Candy Co Inc. - Mexican traditional and hand made candies factory. Their catalog include milk, cocunut, squash, sweet potato, tamarindo and mango candies.
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  • LatinWorks Co. - Mexican and Latin American imports, handcrafts, textiles and day of the dead items.
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  • Leos Imports - Pewter, talavera, ceramics, clay, leather goods, tin mirrors, sun and moon sets.
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  • Marcia's Mexican Wonders - Offering crafts, Folklorico items, CDs, toys, and apparel.
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  • The Mariachi Connection - Clothing and accessories for mariachi. Instruments, strings, sheet music, and books.
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  • Melissa Guerra - Offering a variety of food, kitchenware, apparel, jewelry, and small appliances.
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  • Metal Deco - Imported decorative metal scrap sculptures of cars, airplane, train, motorcycle and animals from Mexico.
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  • Mexican Beauty - Offers handcrafted Mexican folk art.
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  • Mexican Copper - Hand hammers copper kitchen and bathroom sinks, tiles as well as other artwork.
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  • Mexican Folk and Ethnic Art - Features catalog with Pre-Hispanic musical instruments and information on Mesoamerican cultures´ music and its instruments.
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  • Mexican Home Art - Copper hand-hammered kitchen sinks, bar sinks, vanities, table-tops, range hoods and other arts and crafts from Mexico.
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  • Mexican Threads - Catalog of Mexican apparel such as the baja hoodie, poncho, bags and hats.
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  • Mexico Art and Travel - Folk art, Mata Ortiz pottery, travel and destination information.
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  • Mexico By Hand - Specializes in folk art from Michoacan, including lead-free cookware from Capula, Catrinas, lacquered trays gourds and jewelry and copper handicrafts.
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  • Mi Fiesta - Mexican candies, party favors, pinatas, cookware and Mexican themed decoration.
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  • Milagros - Handmade arts and crafts from villages in Mexico.
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  • My Amigos Imports - Wholesale mexican imports, rustic decor, folk art, ranch antiques, sugar molds, iron door hardwared, clavos.
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  • My Custom Copper - Provides custom copper items for bathrooms and kitchens such as bath tubes and sinks. Based in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico it also has a website catalog with selected copper items.
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  • My Mercado Mexican Imports - Offers Mexican clothes, folk art, handcrafted jewelry, and Loteria inspired art.
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  • Naay Art - Catalog of sterling silver jewelry from Taxco and wood carvings from Oaxaca.
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  • Olveritas Village - Manufactures and importer of folklorico costumes, guayaberas, t-shirts, furniture,folk art, videos, music and books from Mexico and Latin America. Located in Los Angeles.
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  • Port Wahakaa Inc. - Specializes in Oaxacan woodcarvings also known as alebrijes.
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  • Rehilete Gifts - Online store featuring handwoven aluminum and hammered aluminum baskets and bowls to use or decorate.
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  • San Carlos Mexican Imports - Specializes in artistic home accessory and decorative items. Includes wall decorations, pottery and candle holders.
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  • Scorpion Bay Hot Sauce - Featuring three Mexican style hot sauces. Chipotle, De Arbol and an Avocado style hot sauce.
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  • Sercal.com - Importer of Mexican blankets, ponchos, serapes, sombreros, and other products.
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  • Sierra Madre Trading - Offering Mata Ortiz and Tarahumara Indian pottery, ironwood sculptures, handcarved instruments, masks, dolls and figurines.
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  • Solmar Imports - Specializes in Mata Ortiz pottery and wood carvings from Oaxaca.
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  • Sur al Norte - Offers a selection of Mexican imported handcrafts including: pottery, alebrijes, ornaments, mirrors, day of the dead, tin work and Christmas decorations.
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  • Talavera Etc. - Online catalog of dinnerware, hand painted sinks, kitchen and bathroom accessories, talavera tiles and murals. Located on Puerto Vallarta.
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  • Terra Artesana - Catalog with Mexican handicrafts such as Talavera pottery, copper and bronze sinks and bath tubes, wooden sculptures, lamps and mirrors.
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  • Viva Oaxaca Folk Art - Specializes in woodcarvings and tin ornaments from Oaxaca and multicolored clay from Puebla.
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