A two inch wide brass curve adorned with tiny mixed gemstones. 19 inch gold plated brass chain. Nickel free.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) was a catalyst for the women’s right movement in 1848, as she planned the first women’s rights convention that took place in Seneca Falls in the State of New York. Her revolutionary work ‘The Declaration of Sentiments’ took inspiration from the Declaration of Independence and appealed for equal treatment of women.