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Sophie Black oxidized pendant

Handmade feminist pendant in black oxidized 925 sterling silver that measure about 24mm.
Without chain, add chain under the 'Chains' tab.
Seen here with the 1mm ø black oxidized chain.

€ 40
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Sophie after:
Carin Sophie Adlersparre, born Leijonhufvud July 6, 1823 at Helgerum in Västrum, Kalmar County, died June 27, 1895 at Ström vid Södertälje, was a Swedish baroness and pioneer in the Swedish women's movement, also known under the signature "Esselde". Together with Rosalie Olivecrona, she founded the nordic countries first women's magazine; "The magazine for the home" in 1859 and in 1884, she founded the Fredrika Bremer Association.