The Story Behind Coco
Released in 2017, Coco is a heartwarming animated movie produced by Pixar Animation Studios. Set in Mexico during the Día de los Muertos festival, the movie tells the story of a young boy named Miguel who dreams of becoming a musician despite his family’s disapproval. Through a series of magical events, Miguel finds himself in the Land of the Dead where he meets his ancestors and discovers the true meaning of family, love, and honoring one’s roots.
Why Coco is So Special
What makes Coco such a unique and beloved movie is its celebration of Mexican culture and traditions. From the colorful decorations and delicious food to the beautiful music and reverence for the dead, Coco gives audiences a glimpse into the rich and vibrant world of Mexico. And at the heart of it all is the theme of family, which is timeless and universal. Ultimately, Coco reminds us that our ancestors and loved ones may be gone, but their memories and legacy live on through the traditions we carry on.
Introducing the Coco Pendant
If you’re a fan of Coco and want to show your appreciation for this beautiful movie, there’s no better way than with a stunning Coco pendant. Designed in collaboration with Pixar, the Coco pendant captures the essence of the movie’s message and aesthetic. Featuring Miguel’s iconic guitar encircled by a halo of marigold petals, the pendant is a beautiful and meaningful tribute to family, music, and culture.
The Coco pendant is available in two versions: gold and silver. Both pendants are crafted from high-quality materials that are durable and long-lasting. The gold pendant is made from 14K yellow gold plated over sterling silver, while the silver pendant is made from solid sterling silver. The pendant measures approximately 20mm in diameter and comes with a complimentary 18-inch chain.
The Coco pendant is more than just a piece of jewelry; it’s a symbol of what matters most in life. The guitar represents Miguel’s passion for music and his dream of becoming a musician, while the marigold petals represent the Día de los Muertos tradition of honoring and remembering the dead. When you wear the Coco pendant, you’re carrying with you the spirit of family, music, and culture that Coco embodies.