We named this design after Emmeline Pankhurst, a British suffragette, who dedicated her life to the promotion of women's rights through every mean possible. She died 3 weeks before a law giving all women over 21 the right to vote was enacted.
We dedicate this necklace to Emmeline's strength and courage as she paves the way for equal rights. In memory of her efforts, you may even spot her statue in the Victoria Tower Gardens.
This collection is part of our 'Women of Strength' collection inspired by the Vanda Miss Joaquim Orchid, the national flower of Singapore, which was chosen because of its resilience as a species and the ability to bloom all year round. This collection is done in celebration of Singapore's Bicentennial and uses the Orchid as a symbol to represent strength and resilience.
Shop the full collection here.
Cleaning Your Jewellery
We recommend cleaning your jewellery with mild non-perfumed soap and water.
Do not use acidic solutions such as hand sanitiser or alcohol swabs as that may cause a reaction with your pieces.
Do not use a silver polishing cloth on this piece as it will remove the protective coating and plating of the metal.
To keep your piece shiny for an extended time, avoid harsh chemicals like nail polish removers, detergent or perfume to keep this piece fresher for longer.
Wipe this item with a dry tissue or cloth after wearing to remove any body oils or sweat before storing in a cool dry place.
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No regrets purchasing this necklace. This is my 4th necklace from by invite only. The only thing is that i keep forgetting to include the extension.. my suggestion would be to consider just including that extension as part of the necklaces..
Bought as a gift and it looks so pretty and delicate. Bit disappointed at the gift boxes I bought on top though as they were very hollow. The necklaces were not secured properly when delivered causing them to get tangled.
The necklace is gorgeous except for the pearl that is cracked. Would’ve given 5 stars if it wasn’t for the pearl.