Handmade shiny feminist silver ring.
The width of the ring rail is approximately 1,2mm. 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
Lilian Bland, born 22 September 1878 in Maystone, Kent, died May 11, 1971 Cornwall.
Lilian began her career as a journalist and photographer for various newspapers in London. She lived an unconventional lifestyle for the time since she smoked, wore pants and liked to practice martial arts. After her mother's death, she moved with her father to their family in Carnmoney, north of Belfast, Ireland. Inspired by the Wright brothers, she started the construction of her own aircraft, a double decker. This led to another construction that came to be "The Mayfly", a glider, which after a number of test flights was complemented by an engine.
In August 1910 Lilian became the first woman in Ireland to fly.