“Bread & Roses” Necklace

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Black Rhodium18K Rose GoldWhite Rhodium24K Gold
16"18"
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Bread and Roses has a deep meaning and was coined by suffragette Helen Todd in 1910. Over 100 years later, we would do well to remember this, that it is ok to rally for not just the necessary bread, but the necessary roses too.

“Not at once; but woman is the mothering element in the world and her vote will go toward helping forward the time when life’s Bread, which is home, shelter and security, and the Roses of life, music, education, nature and books, shall be the heritage of every child that is born in the country, in the government of which she has a voice.”

— Helen Todd, 1910

“The phrase is commonly associated with the successful textile strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts, between January and March 1912, now often referred to as the Bread and Roses strike. The slogan pairing bread and roses, appealing for both fair wages and dignified conditions.” From Wikipedia.

Description

Minimalistic, sleek, subtle, elegant… Are these the words you’re looking for in a necklace? If yes, you’ve found the perfect option. This engraved sterling silver bar necklace with a nickel-free coating is the right choice for a Mother’s Day gift, memorable occasion, or a casual day that you want to make a little bit more special.

• Sterling silver (AG-925) pendant and chain with coating
• Nickel-free pendant, chain, and coating
• Pendant size: 0.28” x 1.22” (7 x 31 mm)
• Pendant thickness: 0.02” (0.5 mm)
• Pendant is connected to the chain with open jump rings
• Spring ring clasp closure

Additional information

Weight N/A

Size Chart

 16"18"
Pendant length (inches)1 ¼1 ¼
Chain length (inches)1618