A Wonderful Victorian Style Suffragette Amethyst, Peridot & Pearl 9ct Gold Square Cluster Ring
The centre set with a round cut vivid purple amethyst cornered by four pale green peridots and interspersed by four small white pearls, in a square panel design, the shoulders applied with graduated hoops, crafted in 9ct yellow gold.
Suffragette jewellery originated in the 1890s, after the suffragette movement was banned. It was produced until 1918, the year in which British women first obtained the right to vote.
The concept of the Suffragette colours was devised by Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, the co-editor of Votes for Women magazine. Purple stood for loyalty and dignity, white for purity and green for hope.
Hallmarked to the inside of the band for 9ct gold with makers mark REM
Date: Circa 2000
The ring is in very good ready to wear condition
The ring face measures approx 10mm square by 4.5mm deep
Ring Size: (Can be resized, please contact us to arrange this)
UK - O 1/2
US - 7.5
Weight - 2.5 grams
Each stone has been professionally tested and verified as per cataloguing.