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This tin was sent to me from a dear friend in Virginia, salvaged from a 100 year old historical home.
Mainly original as found, along with flaws that are part of what makes this medium my favorite.

I love to cut and paint old tin, I save all of it, until every last remnant is made into art.
I love milagros and exvotos and vintage ephemera.
I have been creating little Milagros with vintage paper.
I decided I needed to make some tiny originals,
Here is my version of a Raven / Crow MilagrO.
Everyone of us have a place for something special within our heart.
A blessing, a love, a healing wish...no matter how big or small or silent.
In hopes that this salvaged tin will speak to you, a symbolic connection that is part of your path in life.

The tin is as found then cut and has imperfections, each one shows age.
Vintage paper was used as my canvas, then sealed and preserved.
I punched the tin so you can hang it.
I send a tiny nail along with your art.
Measures approximately 2" x 3.25"
And is signed on the back by me Cathy DeLeRee.

Here is some information I found.
Your Milagro and what may it be symbolic for;

The hen is actually a very powerful symbol, as are all of the animal Milagros. This one, like the others, might represent ones own hen, with one seeking blessings so that she might always lay good eggs. Or, it might symbolize human qualities like those of a mother hen - the concept of mothering.

The bull might symbolize strength, husbanding, protection, stamina, endurance.

The horse might symbolize the qualities of a man in being a workhorse, or it might symbolize travel, and be involved in a prayer about a journey.

The mule, like the horse, might symbolize the qualities of a man in being a workhorse - being able to "work like a mule" - or it might symbolize travel, and be involved in a prayer about a journey. It might also be involved in a prayer or a charm to overcome stubbornness, in either in oneself or in another.

The sheep could symbolize any of the Bible verses about sheep, such as the parable of the Good Shepherd, or the Agnus Dei - the Lamb of God. It could also symbolize the concept of togetherness, the fealty one feels for ones groups, or family. It might also be used a charm to try and erase the effects of behavior that is typically described in a negative way as being like that of a sheep - such as giving into peer pressure with negative results, or, say, the concern of a parent that her child my be involved with a harmful cult or some other group that one does not approve of.

The family dog Milagros could symbolize loyalty. It could also symbolize protection, such as what a sheep dog affords the herd.

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