About Frida Kahlo bracelet
Frida Kahlo bracelet is a high-end piece of jewelry named “Frida” and it features charms of Kahlo’s iconic artwork. This charming jewelry is made of zinc alloy and colored enamel and is seven inches long. The bracelet consists in 5 symbolic charms she often used in her artwork:
- a vivid red heart encircled by thorns
- a figurative black skull
- a self-portrait in traditional costume
- a hand with a white glove
- a sugar skull
This beautiful piece of jewelry comes in a blue felt pouch packaging. It is a great gift idea for girls who love Mexican art and culture and Frida Kahlo‘s art.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Avoid wet conditions and store in its felt pouch when not in use. To remove tarnish, apply toothpaste directly to your Frida Kahlo bracelet then brush gently with an old toothbrush, rinse and dry carefully.
About charm bracelets
You might want to know more about charm bracelets meaning and origins and understand better why Frida Kahlo bracelet could only be a charm bracelet. Back in the days, these amulets were used to ward off bad luck or evil, protect people from illnesses. They became trendy when Queen Victoria started wearing them in the 1800s, and the European noble class imitated her!
About the Artist
Frida Kahlo endured a complicated relationship with her husband Diego Rivera and suffered lifelong health problems. Consequently, the constant isolation had a tremendous impact on her art and self-portraits. Kahlo’s work was associated with many movements, such as Primitivism and Surrealism, but she always affirmed her Art was only concerning her inner life experience and not mental imagery. One of Frida “famous quote greatly synthesizes her creative process: Yo pinto mi propia realidad. Yo pinto lo que pasa por mi cabeza sin ninguna otra consideración. ”
Made by Acme Studio © 2015 Frida Kahlo Corporation.