Pottery, basket weaving, terracotta tableware, jewellery boxes, lacquered and enamelled trays, ironworks, sculptures and architectural pieces made from quarried stone, finely sewn tablecloths, embroidered shirts, corn stover figurines, blanket weaving, brightly decorated furniture, Leathercraft, textiles embroidered with pre-Hispanic patterns, plant fibre tableware, knitted items, rebozos huanengos (shawls) and belts. For a small cost, these can all be found in towns such as Morelia or Uruapán. Nevertheless, the artisanal market which takes place throughout a 10-day period following the weekend of Palm Sunday in Uruapán offers arts and crafts at negotiable and interesting prices. During the Easter Festival, the market is the largest gathering (1000 craftsmen) in the whole of Latin America.
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