Rosette badge associated with the Suffragette movement: 1905 - 1914
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Jam and Jerusalem, A pictorial history of the Women's Institute
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One of my latest finds -a vintage Women's Institute cup and saucer - patriotic aren't they? I love the 'For Home and Country' motto on the side. Where does the motto come from? Laura Rose was the first Women's Institute organiser, she worked to promote the WI for 35 years. Her suggestion 'For Home and Country' was adopted as the WI motto in 1902. This badge was modified to become the first badge of the WIs in Britain.