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Amanda Hammered ring

Handmade thin hammered feminist silver ring.
Do not forget to select size! 14mm-22mm.

NOTE! Measure carefully! You can not change size if it does not fit! Only if you come to the store.

Tip! Measure diameter with a ruler across the inside edges of a thin ring that fits the finger you want to use it on (inside edges)

€ 30
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Amanda Horney, born 1857, died in 1953, was one of the early female pioneers of the Swedish workers' movements. Born in Stockholm and started working as an 11-year old. She worked at carpentry factory as furniture polisher, but it took a long time before she became a member of the trade union; Many trade unions in the old craft industries saw their task of protecting professional skills and did not allow those who had more unqualified duties to their union.
Amanda Horney was therefore mainly engaged in the women's movement. She was one of the initiators to the 1892 Stockholm General Women's Club, the first social democratic women's club in Stockholm, where she was a member of the board for several years until the 1920s, one of these years in which she sat as chairman. In 1907-1910 she was a member of the Work Committee for the Women's Conference, which was a precursor of the Social-Democratic Women's Federation. She was also one of the relatively few Social Democrats who was actively involved in the National Association for Women's Political Voting Rights (LKPR); The association had started as a cross-political initiative but was dominated by bourgeois-liberal women. For a few decades she was also a member of the Poverty Board in Klara Township.