Handmade shiny feminist ring in 925 sterling silver.
The width of the ring rail is approximately 1,6mm. The length of the feministsymbol is 9mm.
Do not forget to select size! 14mm-22mm.
NOTE! Measure carefully! You can not change size by mail if it does not fit. Exchange can only be made in store.
Tip! Measure the diameter with a ruler across the inside edges of a wide ring that fits the finger you want to use it on (inside edges)
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By a Feminist to Feminists
Fanny Blankers-Koen, born 26 April 1918 in Lage Vuursche, died January 25, 2004 in Hoofddorp.
Fanny started her career as an athlete in 1935 and already at her third race she set national record in 800 meters. In 1946, she took two sprinter gold at the European Championships in Oslo, just six weeks after she gave birth to her daughter, Fanny.
She also achieved great success during the London Olympics in 1948, where she took four gold in 100 meters, 200 meters, 80 meters hedge and 4x100 meters relay.
She was praised by her people at her homecoming, but she also received criticism, especially by women, because she had children, and at that time it was considered that women with children would devote all their power to them and their home. In 1999, Fanny was appointed the best female athlete of the century by the IAAF (International Athletics Association)"