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They are made with aromatic lináloe wood. 

With lacquering technique, mythical and traditional figures and colors of Mexico are given shape.

They are handmade in a very traditional way with vegetable and natural paints that the artisans produce (chia oil, tecoxtle, quartz, limestone, cotton fiber and natural pigments).

The artisans use tools that help shape the decoration, such as: maguey thorns, güizache thorns, agates and jades, deer tails, turkey feathers, etc., preserving this art of pre-Hispanic origin.

Olinalá boxes are one of the 14 designations of origin that Mexico has.

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