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Frida Kahlo has a life story that has become almost as popular as her art. Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón was a Mexican painter known for her many portraits, self-portraits, and works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.
This pendant necklace features an image of Kahlo's self-portrait of herself in a wheel chair next to a portrait of her doctor Juan Farill.
Kahlo had polio as a child and then was in a horrible bus crash that left her disabled physically till she died at the young age of 47. Fortunately, for herself and the world, she could paint and did many beautiful paintings and self-portraits that turned her limitations into a strength of expression and artistry.
The silvertone pendant measures 1 1/2 by 2 inches (2 1/2 high with the large bail). It's done in the Mexican silver style of using twisting rope around the portrait and silvertone bead work. The art is encased with an acrylic or Lucite overlay to protect it. The silvertone chain measures 18 inches.
Necklace is in excellent vintage condition. Circa 1970s.
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Vintage Frida Kahlo Self Portrait Pendant Necklace Mexican Style
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