About the skull key ring
This design by Frida Kahlo is part of our unique designer key rings collection. The skull key ring depicts a unique replica of Frida Kahlo’s black skull design. It is made of a special zinc alloy with hand applied enamel background. The key holder has a braided stainless steel wire. The key ring comes in a nice blue felt pouch packaging.
- Zinc alloy
- black enamel
- stainless steel wire
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Wipe clean with a soft cloth.
About Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907, and died on July 13, 1954. Frida was an inspiration to the nation of Mexico in search of its self-identity, and more broadly, for all Latin America during the post-revolution time. As a Mexican artist known for her highly individual and autobiographical signature style, she painted self-portraits to overcome her isolation due to her constant health recovery problems and to go through her grief of her volatile union with Mexican painter Diego Rivera. The bulk of her work based on her own image, while allowing herself an outlet for her true inner life brought a pure beauty to the real world. Often associated with Surrealism, she would prefer to claim that her artistic imagery came from her inner introspection in contrast to dreams.
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