Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

Diane Pearl Colecciones

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Diane has been collecting wonderful handmade treasures from across Mexico in her store for over a decade.

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Diane Pearl Colecciones on the main street in Ajijic is a popular gift shop with a little bit of everything from folk art to jewelry, dishware, paintings and more.

Her shop has probably the largest collection of hand-carved wooden catrinas from the nearby state of Michoacán.

Last updated December 23, 2018

Dane Strom

Dane Strom The Lakeside Guide

I moved to Ajijic in 2010 when I decided to quit my job of seven years as an editorial assistant at The Denver Post in Colorado. I'm the photographer, web designer, programmer, marketer, writer... the everything behind this website, The Lakeside Guide. All of the businesses on this website appear here for free at no cost to them. If you find this site useful, please consider giving a small donation to become a site patron. Learn more about The Lakeside Guide or check out my other website about photography of Mexico.

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Address

Colón #1

Ajijic

Phone

376-766-5683

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Photos of Diane Pearl Colecciones

Inside Diane Pearl Colecciones at Colón #1 in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Inside Diane Pearl Colecciones at Colón #1 in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Talavera dishes and candlestick holders, metal wine rack, paintings.

Talavera dishes and candlestick holders, metal wine rack, paintings.

Candles, religious iconography, statues, paintings at Diane Pearl Colecciones.

Candles, religious iconography, statues, paintings at Diane Pearl Colecciones.

Pins.

Pins.

Decorative plates, mirrors, silver dishes and utensils.

Decorative plates, mirrors, silver dishes and utensils.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

A boat in front of Mt. Garcia on Lake Chapala, Mexico

Mt. Garcia & Boat

Two men on a row boat slide into the shadow of Mt. Garcia, which towers over the south shore of Lake Chapala, Mexico.

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Purchase This Fine Art Print
Vases, lamps, platters, decorative plates, mirrors, talavera kitchenware, spoon rests, butter trays, salt & pepper shakers, picture/photo frames.

Vases, lamps, platters, decorative plates, mirrors, talavera kitchenware, spoon rests, butter trays, salt & pepper shakers, picture/photo frames.

Jewelry, necklaces, earrings, boxes.

Jewelry, necklaces, earrings, boxes.

A large collection of catrina dolls from Michoacán, probably the largest collection for sale at Lake Chapala.

A large collection of catrina dolls from Michoacán, probably the largest collection for sale at Lake Chapala.

The image of a woman skeleton in elegant dress is now an emblematic symbol of Mexico some 100 years after it was first popularized.

The image of a woman skeleton in elegant dress is now an emblematic symbol of Mexico some 100 years after it was first popularized.

In this photo essay, see people dressed as catrinas on the Day of the Dead in Ajijic, Chapala and Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos.

In this photo essay, see people dressed as catrinas on the Day of the Dead in Ajijic, Chapala and Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos.

Sayaca during Fiesta de San Sebastián

Carnival & the Masked Sayacas of Ajijic

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Diane Pearl Colecciones
Coffee mugs, bowls, plates, agave syrup and vanilla.

Coffee mugs, bowls, plates, agave syrup and vanilla.

Replicas of ancient objects.

Replicas of ancient objects.

Mata Ortíz pottery.

Mata Ortíz pottery.

Inside Diane Pearl Colecciones in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Inside Diane Pearl Colecciones in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Replicas of Pre-Columbian art and clay pots.

Replicas of Pre-Columbian art and clay pots.

Alebrije de barro.

An alebrije de barro.

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