Handmade bracelet in 18k gold with 1mm ø roundanker chain.
15cm-18cm long. Choose length below.
The sizes that are visible are those in stock at the moment.
All bracelets are made after ordering so it is very important that you measure right, for example with a measuring tape around the wrist or measure a bracelet you have that fits. A guideline is that there should be a maximum of one finger between the wrist and the bracelet, this is because the bracelet should not hang too loosely because it increases the risk of getting caught in something. Please contact us if you have any questions about how to choose length.
This bracelet counts as a special order so there is NO exchange right. Read more about the distance contract law under the tab “Returns & exchange rights”.
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By a Feminist to Feminists
Signe after: Signe Henschen, born Thiel in 1885 in Stockholm, died in 1969, was a Swedish women's rights activist, lecturer and chairman of the Stockholm-Friedrich-Bremer Association. Signe Henschen was the daughter of Ernest Thiel and Anna Josephson and Sister of Carin Thiel and Olof Thiel. At the age of 18, Signe accompanied Ellen Key to Berlin and worked for her during the lecture series Children's Century. In addition to Signes's trust assignments at the Swedish Women's National Federation and Fredrika-Bremer-Union, she was also an active member of the Save the Children Organisation. She was married twice, the latter with Folke Henschen. She gave birth to six children. She was a mistress of German brain researcher Oskar Vogt, whose home she stayed in for long periods of time.