Decoupage wood jewelry box, 'Frida Flowers' - Mexican Decoupage Pinewood Floral Frida Kahlo Jewelry Box Curate

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Frida Flowers Mexican Decoupage Pinewood Floral Frida Kahlo Jewelry Box

This decoupage jewelry box from Mexico is crafted of pinewood, featuring a beige... more

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This decoupage jewelry box from Mexico is crafted of pinewood, featuring a beige finish with four small drawers above one large one. Ana Maria Gonzalez draws inspiration from renowned artist Frida Kahlo, adorning the jewelry box's drawers with her image alongside floral patterns. This fantastic home accessory adds an artistic spirit to any home.

  • 1.16 kgs
  • 2.6 lbs
  • 21.5 cm H x 20.5 cm W x 11.5 cm D
  • 8.5" H x 8" W x 4.5" D

  • Decoupage on pinewood
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Mexico.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Mexico

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Ana Maria Gonzalez

Meet the Artist
Ana Maria Gonzalez

Decoupage home decor

Mexico
18 artist reviews

Empowers Women

18 Testimonials for Ana Maria Gonzalez

Designed beautifully. Vibrant, detailed, a work of love. Well done
so beautifully well made Virgin of Guadalupe box!

Rocio

BRONX, NY

I just received this beautiful Artisan Crafted Christianity Wood Cross, 'Guadalupe Queen of Heaven I was amazed to see a wonderful job. I will give this present to my god son for his baptism in December. Thank You Ana Maria Gonzalez for creating an amazing wood cross. greeting Rocio Rendon
 
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