• Product Info

    The suffragette motto was ‘Deeds not Words’ and the jewellery worn by the suffragette movement did just that. It had such strong symbolism it did not need any words. The ball and chain symbolising incarceration was worn by woman who had been arrested for protesting. This is a brooch conversion.

    Product Details

    Material: 9ct Gold
    Date: Victorian 1894
    Measurements: W1.1cm H4.3cm

  • Gold & Silver Care:

    The beauty with solid gold and silver is that it will last a lifetime, whether you're wearing it in the sea or the shower it will not tarnish so it never has to be taken off.

  • Stone Care:

    If your jewellery has pearls we recommend that you don't get them wet so that the pearl keeps it's lustre and lasts a lifetime.

    Precious stones can usually be kept looking perfect by cleaning them gently in warm water. If you're unsure how to care for your stones please get in touch, info@pilondon.co.uk