.About Frida Kahlo’s skull cufflinks
The black skull cufflinks design by Kahlo is part of our unique accessories collection. The cufflinks are cast of zinc alloy with black enamel and add an element of refinement to a man “outfit, so it makes sense for men to wear them. The skull cufflinks are packaged in a black box, and a custom blue felt pouch with the Frida Kahlo’s bio card.
Cufflinks are an elegant alternative to men’s shirt buttons. However, cufflinks are removable objects, unlike traditional buttons. Our Skull cufflinks complement an overall style and indicate the wearer interest for Mexican day of the Death imagery. Thanks to cufflinks, men can wear a piece of jewelry that “both useful and dressy, and it is evident that Frida Kahlo’s skull cufflinks are classy.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Wipe clean with a soft cloth.
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About Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo will remain a great artist for her introspection and her deeply creative works. She has inspired the post-revolutionary Mexico to find its united National identity. She was born on July 6, 1907, and died on July 13, 1954. The Mexican artist made her artistic reputation on her self-portraits inspired by her relationship with Mexican popular artist Diego Rivera. Another important source of inspiration is the isolation caused by perpetual health recovery problems. As a matter of fact, she started her painter career at the age of 18, during her bus accident recovery when she couldn’t move from her bed. This isolation had a significant impact on her artwork aesthetic almost exclusively made of self-portraits. Unless Kahlo “work was associated with Surrealism, she always denied it and always claimed that her work concerned only her interior life experience and not sub-conscience or dream imagery.
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