Mexican Sugar Skull Cufflinks Dia De Los Muertos Pin Day of The Dead Cufflinks Sugar Skull
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Mexican Sugar Skull Cufflinks
Wood laser cut cufflinks
The size of the cufflinks is about 2 cm / 0,78 inches
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"Skull symbolism is the attachment of symbolic meaning to the human skull. The most common symbolic use of the skull is as a representation of death and mortality.
One of the best-known examples of skull symbolism occurs in Shakespeare's Hamlet, where the title character recognizes the skull of an old friend: "Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio; a fellow of infinite jest. . ." Hamlet is inspired to utter a bitter soliloquy of despair and rough ironic humor.
Skulls and skeletons are the main symbol of the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead.
In fashion Alexander McQueen is credited with popularizing a fashion trend with stylized skulls, starting with skull-decorated bags and scarves."
SoBad Collection: dark for “naughty girls” and "bad boys", colored skulls and heart lips
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Fast shipping and exactly what I was looking for! My fiancé will wear them on our wedding day (Halloween)
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Everything perfect! and arrived in just one week! :)
Really well made, and garnered a lot of compliments when I first wore them. Shipped safely and quickly.
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