'New Dawn' Suffragist Stud Earrings
Gift a Piece of British History
Celebrate Women's Suffrage with these attractive stud earrings
In 2016 Sally Lees was commissioned to create a collection of jewellery to accompany the installation of 'New Dawn', a light sculpture made by Mary Branson to celebrate women's suffrage and installed at Westminster Hall in London.
The jewellery collection echoed the design of 'New Dawn' with it's glass disks depicting the end of the Parliamentary scrolls in the Women's Suffrage colours. Each earring is handcrafted from polished anodised aluminium digitally printed with a drawing of the end of the Parliamentary scrolls. In the centre are tiny sterling silver disks and these studs have silver posts and scrolls. Purple and green were Emmeline Pankhurst's Women's Social and Political Union colours and Red and green were the colours of Millicent Fawcett's suffragist oganisation the National Union of Suffrage Societies and yellow and green were the Women's Freedom League colours.
What are my earrings made of and how big are they?
Materials: Printed and dyed anodized aluminum with silver posts and scrolls.
Size: These earrings are approx 13mm in diametre.
Gift Box: These earrings come in the same beautiful white gift box that originally accompanied purchases from the launch of 'New Dawn' at the Houses of Parliament shop.
Shipping: Free UK delivery.
Made by Sally Lees in her London studio at Cockpit Arts
Due to the hand made nature of this product colours may vary slightly from the photograph shown.
Read Sally's blog to see how she made some of the pieces of jewellery for the collection.
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