'New Dawn' Women's Suffrage Necklace
Gift a Piece of British History
Celebrate Women's Suffrage with this stunning Neckpiece
This stunning limited edition neckpiece was created for The Houses of Parliament for the Voice and Vote exhibition in 2018 and was inspired by the 'New Dawn' light sculpture by Mary Branson that was installed in Westminister Hall in 2016 to celebrate women's suffrage.
The Neckpiece consists of anodised aluminium disks hand printed with motifs of scrolls onto which the Parliamentary Acts are written and dyed the colours of the women's suffrage movement banners it is completely colourfast and has an adjustable sterling silver chain.
Each neckpiece is unique due to its hand-made nature. The dyed aluminium and hand printed imagery varies from piece to piece giving you a beautifully hand crafted piece of art jewellery to treasure forever.
Complete the look with these matching stud earrings.
What is my Women's Suffrage necklace made from and how big is it?
Materials: Printed and dyed anodised aluminium with an adjustable sterling silver chain.
Size: Width approx. 6cm
Gift Box: This brooch comes 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. Free shipping to North America & Canada and Europe on orders over £40.00
Made by hand 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.
The Story of the Women's Suffrage Neckpiece
This stunning neckpiece was created for The Houses of Parliament for the Voice and Vote exhibition shop.
The neckpiece is inspired by the 'New Dawn' light sculpture by Mary Branson that was installed in Westminister Hall in 2016 celebrating women's suffrage.
Colours distinguished the many suffrage organisations with the most recognised being green, purple and white. Green signifies hope, purple - dignity and white - purity. The brooch also includes yellow from the Women’s Freedom League and red from Millicent Fawcetts’s National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies.
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