We are Tina Peasant March Laser Cut Leather Necklace
This collection is in tribute to Tina Modotti, Italian photographer and avant garde who together with her partner arrived in Mexico in the 1920's. They were part of the most important cultural groups of the country, led by Diego Rivera, José Orozco and Frida Kalho.
Showcase your love for the original and artistic by wearing this necklace with a black turtleneck or monochromatic outfit.
- Made of hand-tanned calfskin by artisans from Oxaca.
- Includes certificate of authenticity and care instructions.
- Measurements: length 24.5 in, pendant 3.5 x 2.75 in.
- This is a hand-made piece made to order - Please allow 3 weeks for delivery.
Ana Ibañez is a Mexican contemporary jewelry designer dedicated to expanding the cultural patrimony of Mexico through her unique jewelry pieces. As an architect and doctoral author of Preservation of Historical Patrimony, she has delved deeply in the history and preservation of Mexican culture. Always curious, inventive and playful, she decided to use jewelry as an expression of her creative imagination and trained in silver making in Mexico City with local ateliers and designers. She makes all her jewelry by hand with the assistance of select expert silversmiths using the fine silver of Guadalajara.