Antique Victorian Suffragette Diamond Pendant Viscountess Rhondda

£4,995

This fabulous antique Diamond Suffragette pendant is late Victorian, Circa 1900

The image in the centre depicts Sybil Margaret Thomas, Viscountess Rhondda who was a British suffragette, feminist and philanthropist. In the 1890’s Sybil became president of the Welsh Union of Women’s Liberal Associations, which was strongly feminist and pro-female suffrage.

Belonging too Anne Eliza Fell, wife of George Augustus Haig. On the reverse of the pendant it is engraved … ‘Anne Eliza Fell Wife of G A Haig Penithon Born 31.5.1822 Died 9.4.1894’

This pendant has been hand painted under crystal, it really is a remarkable find

Adorned with over 2ct of Old Cut Diamonds which are SI 1 clarity and H Colour

All set in 18ct Yellow Gold and Silver

A highly prized piece of history and a true collectors piece

Weighs 14.5 grams

Measures 47mm in length including the bale or 37mm without the bale x 35mm across

We recommend you insure for £6000, we can supply a valuation on completion of the sale

Excellent condition 

ITEM NUMBER - 6375

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