About Frida Kahlo necklace
Frida Kahlo necklace is a high-end charm necklace named “Frida” and it showcases charms that are icons of Kahlo’s artwork. This piece of jewelry is made of zinc alloy and colored enamel and is 21 inches long. The necklace consists in 5 symbolic charms often represented in Frida’s paintings:
- a red heart encircled by thorns
- a black skull
- a self-portrait in Mexican costume
- a hand with a white glove
- a sugar skull
The necklace comes in a blue felt pouch packaging.
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 necklace then brush gently with an old toothbrush, rinse and dry carefully.
Made by Acme Studio © 2015 Frida Kahlo Corporation.
About charms and amulets
Charm jewels were basically used to ward off bad luck or evil and protect people from illnesses. They became fashion jewels in the 1800s when Queen Victoria started wearing them and then the European swanky class followed the trend! Frida Kahlo necklace combines both aspects: amulets as symbols of Frida’s artwork and high-end fashion statement. Combine Frida Kahlo bracelet with the necklace and own “Frida” jewel set.