“Amazed at the array of Suffragette jewellery produced and worn at the time of women’s struggle for the vote, I saw an opportunity one hundred years later to bring out my own Suffragette jewellery,” says Dinny Hall of her latest collection.
It was Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence who devised the Suffragette colour scheme back in 1908 and this has been beautifully incorporated to the edit by the British jewellery designer. It’s a collection to wear with pride beyond key calendar dates and into the everyday because feminism, politics and fashion are a constant.
“The meaning of the Suffragette colours – violet for dignity, green for hope and white for purity – still chimes today and lends well to the gemstones I love to use; Amethyst or Tanzanite for Violet, Peridot and Tsavorite for green and White Topaz, Pearls or Diamonds for White.”
The Suffragette collection launches in-store and online Tuesday 6th of March ahead of celebrations around International Women’s Day on Thursday 9th March.