Handmade shiny feminist ring in 925 sterling silver.
The width of the ring rail is approximately 1,6mm. The length of the feministsymbol is 12mm.
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
Wilma Rudolph, born in 1940 in Tennessee, was an American sprinter who broke the world record and became an international sports icon in athletics after her success during the 1956 and 1960 Olympic Games.
She was the first American woman to take three golds in Olympic athletics and during her career she set a total of five world records and became the first female runner to run 200 meters in under 23 seconds.
Wilma suffered from several childhood diseases, including polio, which caused her to lose the strength in one leg, she had to wear leg supports for several years and doctors said she would never be fully recovered. But after years of training and doctor visits, she could at 12 years be free from the leg supports
As an Olympic champion in the early 1960s, Wilma became a role model for black and female athletes and her Olympic success helped elevate women's athletics in the United States. Rudolph is also considered a pioneer in civil and women's rights.