Mini Dulce Códice Wall Hanger — Cream
Mini Dulce Códice Wall Hanger — Cream
Mini Dulce Códice Wall Hanger — Cream
Mini Dulce Códice Wall Hanger — Cream
Mini Dulce Códice Wall Hanger — Cream

Mini Dulce Códice Wall Hanger — Cream

Regular price1,150.00 EUR
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Visit our Made to Order Page for more information on the order flow and production process.  

By Mexican design brand Caralarga.

Mini Dulce Códice is part of the Caralarga Mini collection. The Caralarga pieces are now in a miniature version, a more practical format that will become the ideal decorative element for your home.

All Caralarga pieces are made in the historic "Hércules" yarn and textile factory from 1846 in Querétaro, Mexico. With every purchase, you directly contribute to developing artisan communities in Mexico. Please note that each Caralarga piece is handmade with artisan techniques. Length and small details may vary among same models. 

Size: 52 cm width, 75 cm height, 6 cm depth.

Color variants: cream, blue, purple, and green.

Materials: 100% raw cotton thread, natural Sansevieria Fiber, tinted cotton thread, paper maché spheres, blacksmith base.

  1. Order is placed
  2. Raw materials are sourced to match production needs
  3. Item is handcrafted by artisans
  4. Item undergoes quality control and is shipped with a trusted carrier.

Visit our Made to Order page for more information.

Made to Order item is shipped within 30-40 days from order placement.

Reduced shipping rate for deliveries to the US.

VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

Behind the brand


Caralarga is a Mexican brand for handcrafted jewelry founded by Ana Holschneider. Caralarga provides sustainable incomes for 12 women working in its studio in Querétaro and regularly engages in design collaborations with indigenous communities across Mexico. The two artisans María del Socorro Gasca Chalqueño and Inés Hernandez Estrada lead the design process aiming to preserve the essence and highlight the benefits of natural materials such as raw cotton by transforming it into high-quality handmade jewelry and interior design objects.

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