Lakeside Guide to Lake Chapala, Ajijic, Mexico

La Flor de la Laguna

At a Glance

An extensive collection of folk art, pottery, decorations & glassware.

Street View

Address

Morelos #17

Ajijic

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Mon10:30am -5:00pm
Tue10:30am -5:00pm
Wed10:30am -5:00pm
Thu10:30am -5:00pm
Fri10:30am -5:00pm
Sat10:30am -5:00pm
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Photos of La Flor de la Laguna

Alebrijes, wall decorations, drinking glasses, and pottery.

Small alebrijes.

Drinking glasses typical of Tlaquepaque in nearby Guadalajara.

Pottery from Ken Edwards' studio in Tonalá.

Handwoven placemats and napkins made at Telares los Reyes.

Fine Art Photography of Lake Chapala

Masked Zayaco in Ajijic

Masked Sayaca During Carnaval

A man dressed as a sayaca looks for his next “victim” during the Carnival celebrations in Ajijic.

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Wooden masks.

Colorful decorative dishes.

Baskets.

Wooden crosses, religious decorations, and wooden picture frames.

Pottery wall decorations made in the shape of faces, suns, and butterflies.

A girl competes in a contest for best catrina dressed as a bride in the main plaza in Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos, Jalisco, Mexico.

The Day of the Dead in Jalisco, Mexico

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Embroidered manta dresses for little girls.

Wall decorations and coasters.

Outside La Flor de la Laguna on Morelos Street in Ajijic.

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