Most historians who devoted their work to Frida Khalo came to the same conclusion in regards to the nature and essence of her work.
Frida had a talent not only in painting, but in transforming her physical pain and life-long suffering into amazing art, into something more than even she herself was. All 47 years of her life she fought to heal her wounds- in the name of love.
The way she accessorized herself daily was a source of power to Frida, even if this power was used for medical treatment.
The broach carries on Khalo’s love for floral decorative elements on the head, also her massive earrings and bright beads. Self decoration, in this case, in a direct expression of self- love.
24K gold plated
Diana Dzhanelli speaks about the collection:
“I have always wanted to be a jeweler who matches the unmatchable. And so I produced a \’dead end\’ line of jewelry about \’infinity\’- it has only eight items , all sculptured fantasy broaches.
Each broach is a tribute to a great woman, who is entitled to her own privity \’infinity\’, post mortem. This is why each broach is sculpted around a carved skull.
I was always fascinated by individual nature of people who surround me, and lately, I was faced with exploring myself as well. Life teaches us that each of one of us is a book which writes itself, and yet we have no idea of the next chapter to come. However, sooner or later, someone will read that book, and a solid plot -is a gateway to infinity. I chose eight such plots.”