The Scent of Red Roses
Out for a moonlit stroll in a garden, Frida stops to smell the red roses that are climbing along the wrought iron fence. A crow or raven has fluttered down too. Both are illumined by the full moon. Frida is wearing a simple white peasant dress, with a chunky Mexican bead necklace and earrings. A branch from a pepper tree sways overhead. Offered as a handcrafted pendant from artwork by Pacific Northwest Artist Laura Milnor Iverson.
Pendant size: 7/8" x 1 1/4" or 22mm x 30mm (not including the bail, which is the loop that fits over the necklace).
Material: Archival print topped with a glass cabochon. For the setting, silver plating on zinc alloy.
A black ribbon necklace is included so the piece is ready to wear. These have an extender chain that adjusts from approximately 16 1/2" - 18", closing with a lobster claw clasp.
Please note that this wearable art is not waterproof.
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Standard Artist's Disclaimer: Every attempt has been made to portray the colors of this artwork accurately. Colors vary on different monitors, however.