A stunning silverplated pendant necklace featuring a black & white image of Emily Wilding Davison set into an ornate frame. (Available in either silverplated or bronze plated).
Emily Wilding Davison was a militant activist fighting for women's suffrage in Britain. On 4 June 1913, she stepped in front of King George V's horse running in the Epsom Derby, sustaining injuries that resulted in her death four days later.
Please allow up to 7 business days for completion of your very own piece.
We also do custom pieces to order, so if you are wanting something else, made with a different theme in mind just get in touch and we can make a piece up to your specifications :-) email; [email protected]
A Little Note about SHIPPING We send our parcels within the UK by 1st Class post (£2) or Special Delivery Next Day (£6.50). We send parcels to countries outside the UK by International Tracked (£9.00).
Please remember that deliveries outside the UK are in most cases received in about 7 to 10 days but occasionally they take longer. Sometimes they get 'stuck' in your country's Customs but thankfully this does not happen often.
In our little studio here in the north of England, we are making some wonderful and unique costume jewellery for you. Every single one of our bracelets will be unique therefore you will never see exactly the same on someone else at a festival or party or wherever you choose to wear your Vee piece.