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Exceptional 15kt Gold Murrle Bennett Co. Diamond, Amethyst and Demantoid Garnet (a green garnet) 'Suffragette' Pendant with French Chain
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Exceptional 15kt Gold Murrle Bennett & Co. Diamond, Amethyst and Demantoid Garnet 'Suffragette' Pendant with French Chain
Exceptional 15k Gold Murrle Bennett and Company Diamond, Amethyst and Demantoid Garnet 'Suffragette' Pendant with French Chain
c.1910, suffragette pendant. Worn to show support for women's right to vote. The pendant features the official colors of the suffragette movement: violet to represent dignity, white for purity, and green for hope
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British suffragette jewellery
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Edwardian Suffragette pendant
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An Edwardian "Suffragette" pendant, the oval amethyst bezel set in a15ct gold mount having green enamel and gold ball decoration. Say it with your accessories! Love this.
They might have looked like pretty pieces of jewellery, but the pieces were the expression of a desire to overturn the established mores of a society. Interest in suffragette jewellery has increased recently and prices have risen quickly
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Suffragette Jewellery first appeared in the 1890s and was produced until 1918. Suffragette jewellery is primarily made with green, white and violet stones, signifying “give women votes”. The stones have further meanings: green stood for hope, white for purity and violet for dignity. They might have looked like pretty pieces of jewellery, but the pieces were the expression of a desire to overturn the established mores of a society.
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This very sweet and colorful Art Nouveau-era pendant necklace centers on a white enamel, pearl-centered pansy in full blossom with a shimmering green enamel leaf and freshwater pearl bud, all of which are framed with tiny seed pearls. The charming centerpiece swings from a deep purple amethyst and is anchored with an enamel topped amethyst drop. Circa 1900. 17 inch chain plus 2 inch by 3/4 inch pendant.
Art Nouveau Enamel and Amethyst Necklace - 90-1-4580 - Lang Antiques. Suffragette jewelry? Has all 3 colors and often the jewelry was coded
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Sweet & colorful Art Nouveau-era pendant necklace, ca 1900.
c 1900 necklace
The term 'suffragette' was coined by the British press in 1906. It was used to distinguish the militant WSPU from other suffragist movements. Medals were issued to members imprisoned for their criminal acts - this one recognizing the fact that the member had been on hunger strike.
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Suffragette medals were issued to members imprisoned for their criminal acts - this one recognizing the fact that the member had been on hunger strike.
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green white lavender: suffragette colors
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A silver and gold cabochon brooch with amethyst, moonstone & chalcedony. British, c. 1910. Courtesy Tadema Gallery.
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Brooch with amethyst, moonstone & chalcedony | The Symbolism of Suffragette Jewellery
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Suffragette bow brooch England Circa 1905 Set with callibré cut amethysts, demantoid garnets and diamonds. Mounted in platinum and 18ct yellow gold. This is most probably a piece of suffragette jewellery owing to the purple white and green colours representing dignity, purity and hope, respectively.
Suffragette bow brooch England Circa 1905 Set with callibré cut amethysts, demantoid garnets and diamonds.
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Suffragette bow brooch at platinum amethyst garnet diamonds, England, circa 1905 #jewelry #vintage
An early-twentieth-century ring in the Suffragette symbolic colours of green, purple and white.
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Scarce Early 20th C. Suffragette Ring [The idea of a secret code in the colors referring to suffragettes is disputed and the affiliation of such jewelry exclusively to the movement is questionable. Yes, these were the colors associated with one women's suffrage group, but they were not secret]
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Very cool suffragette ring: G-reen; W-hite; and V-iolet meant "Give" "Women" the "Vote," 1910
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Suffragette Ring Fine quality gold ring, circa 1910, set with demantoid garnets, amethysts and diamonds. The colours are those of the Suffragette movement - green for hope, white for purity and purple for dignity. Or green white and violet ("Give" "Women" the "Vote") were the colours of the Suffragette movement circa 1910.
Edwardian Diamond Amethyst Suffragette Pendant - the so-called suffragette colors of green, white and purple (not violet) do not in actuality represent, "G-ive W-omen the V-ote. Rather it was the symbolism, of purple for dignity, white for purity and green for hope which truly represented the movement. The colors have been regarded as synonymous with the movements in both Europe and the United States
Edwardian suffragette pendant
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Edwardian Diamond Amethyst and Peridot Suffragette Pendant, c. 1900
Edwardian Diamond Amethyst Suffragette Pendant circa 1900 amethyst, diamond and peridot pendant of 14k gold. Suspended from a brace of yellow gold link chain interspersed with two natural seed pearls elliptical (or horseshoe) form of twenty-two (22) rose and old mine cut diamonds in silver topped 14k yellow gold settings. The element revolves around a gorgeous natural very deep purple amethyst which supports a peridot drop of citrus green. In addition, the pendant is accompani
Edwardian Amethyst suffragette pendant
Suffragette pendant, ca 1900 - amethyst, diamond & peridot pendant of 14kt gold. Suspended from a brace of yellow gold link chain interspersed with two natural seed pearls is an elliptical (or horseshoe) form of twenty-two rose & old mine cut diamonds in silver topped 14kt yellow gold settings.
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18k White Gold Stunning 1-2 Carat Diamond 0.70 Carat Emerald Ring
Fine Victorian Suffragette 12 carat Amethyst Emerald and Pearl gold ring
Edwardian Suffragette Brooch
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JESSIE M. KING (1875-1949) LIBERTY Co. SUFFRAGETTE PENDANT. A gold pendant set with two violet tourmalines within a border of green enamelled leaves and with a pearl drop.
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JESSIE M. KING (1875-1949) LIBERTY & Co. SUFFRAGETTE PENDANT. A gold pendant set with two mauve/pink tourmalines within a border of green enamelled leaves and with a pearl drop.
Child & Child suffragette pendant ca. 1908 via Tadema Gallery
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Art Nouveau jewelry - CHILD & CHILD, Suffragette Pendant Silver Gold Enamel Amethyst Pearl British, c.1908. Green, white and violet were a code for "give women the vote."
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"Leonora Cohen was a formidable Leeds based campaigner in the movement to secure voting rights for women. Perhaps her best known act of defiance was smashing the case containing the crown jewels in the Tower of London... Here, a dress that she made to wear at the Arts Society Ball in 1914." From the Secret Lives of Objects blog about holdings of Leeds museums
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British suffragette's gown: "Leonora Cohen was a formidable Leeds based campaigner in the movement to secure voting rights for women. Perhaps her best known act of defiance was smashing the case containing the crown jewels in the Tower of London... Here, a dress that she made to wear at the Arts Society Ball in 1914." From the Secret Lives of Objects blog about holdings of Leeds museums
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Suffragette painted dress 1914.
Suffragette Leonora Cohen's costume, 1914
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So called suffragette - green, white, violet (Give Women Vote) - pendant. But not really as the slogan was Votes for Women...
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Pendant presented to Louise Eates in 1909. In 1909 the WSPU presented specially commissioned pieces of jewellery to leading suffragettes Emmeline Pankhurst and Louise Eates. Some Arts and Crafts jewellery of the period incorporated the colours purple, white and green using enamel and semi-precious stones such as amethysts, pearls, and peridots.
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Enamelled pendant by Ernestine Mills, presented to suffragette Louise Eates, who was sentenced to a month’s imprisonment in March 1909 for taking part in a deputation to parliament.
Enamelled silver pendant with semi-precious stones made by Ernestine Mills to commemorate the release from Holloway prison of Lousie Mary Eates, Secretary of Kensington Women's Social and Political Union. The pendant in silver enamel represents the winged figure of Hope singing outside the prison bars and is attached to a chain with stones of purple, white and green. 1909 - Museum of London
Arts & Crafts pendant in English suffragist colors, green, white and purple given to Louise Eates in 1909. Hear a lecture on "Suffragist Jewelry" and much more at "Across Time: Symbolic Meanings of Jewelry" an all day conference on jewelry on October 12, 2013 in New York City. For more information and to register go to: www.jewelryconference.com
Louise Eates Pendant - 1909 - Museum of London
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Stunning Edwardian Necklace - Green Tourmaline, lavish Pink Rubies and Creamy White Pearls (suffragette colours). It dates from the Edwardian period and is made from highly desirable 15 Carat Gold
Back in 1903, English suffragette Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence proposed the use of colors to represent the women’s suffrage movement. She chose three colors to symbolize the ideals of the cause: green for hope, white for purity, and violet for dignity. Put the first letters of the colors together, and you also have an acronym for “Give Women the Vote.” The colors proved popular, and women in both England and America began using them in sashes, clothing, and, yes, jewelry.
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Edwardian Suffragette pendant. The colors of the stones - green, white, and violet - stand for Give Women the Vote.
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