Vintage Ceramic Beer Stein by Vicman, Mexico
offered by Three Chicks Vintage
|Cinco de Mayo|
Cinco de Mayo, or the 5th of May, is a holiday held on May 5 that commemorates Mexico's victory, at the Battle of Puebla, May 5, 1862, over the French.
Often confused w/Mexico's Independence Day, which is on September 16th (the date, in 1810, that the Mexican War of Independence began), it is primarily a American phenomenon, specifically started in California, and signifies a celebration of pride in Mexican heritage and culture.
Whereas Cinco de Mayo celebrates Mexican victory over the French, Mexico's Independence Day is a celebration of Mexico's freedom from Spanish rule.
Mexico is a country of vast heritage and exceptional works of art.
Some of the more collected Mexican items in the vintage marketplace are:
Vintage Taxco Los Castillo
offered by Cherry Lipped Roses
|Vintage 50s Cinco de Mayo Tablecloth|
offered by Bonton Vintage