Metal pendant/brooch decorated in polychrome enamel and produced in an unnumbered edition by Multiples Inc, New York
H. 7.8 cm
Lichtenstein only designed a couple of pieces of jewellery which include his iconic Ben-Day dots. What is not immediately apparent, but which is much clearer in the original drawing is that the woman is holding a dagger across her forehead in a gesture of salute with a lightning flash emanating from the tip that extends down the left side of her face.
Martine Newby Haspeslagh, Sculpture to Wear (London 2010), p. 54
Diane Venet (ed.), From Picasso to Jeff Koons. The Artist as Jeweller (New York 2011), p. 172-3