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- Open text field 1: Suffragette necklace around 1900
The history of equal rights for women and men has been a very tough battle throughout history.
The years of the early 1920s were a particularly moving period in this gender struggle.
Women around the world took to the streets in large numbers to finally demand more rights and, above all, the right to vote for women.
The term "suffragettes" originated in Great Britain and referred to precisely this movement.
It is derived from the French word "suffrage", which translates as "vote".
More and more women publicly declared their support for this women's movement and a real fashion emerged with certain color schemes.
GREEN, WHITE and PURPLE were officially adopted as the colors of the women's movement in 1908.
These colors stand for hope, purity and dignity.
Here we discover such a piece of jewelry from this period, crafted in 14 carat gold.
The colors of the antique necklace look spring-like and fresh.
The antique pendant is set with freshwater pearls, green peridot and pink-purple tourmalines.
This rare and antique necklace dates from the turn of the century in the Art Nouveau style around 1900/1910.
The necklace is of the highest quality thanks to the exquisite materials used.
The chain is also crafted in 14 carat gold.
The peridot gemstone was one of the most popular gemstones in England at the time around 1910.
The pendant is beautifully preserved and shines with its light green peridots.
A drop-shaped tourmaline rounds off the pendant as a piece of suffragette jewelry.
A wonderful piece of jewelry from around 1900.
Material: 14-karat gold with peridot, tourmalines and freshwater pearls, chain also 14-karat gold
Provenance: probably England / Germany around 1900
Dimensions in cm: Total length of the chain 45 Pendant 5.2 x 2.1
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