Suffragette colors... purple should really be violet. together it stands for give women the vote.

The original choice by suffrogettes was:- Green - Give White - Women Violet - Vote

1908-12 Enameled brooch in Suffragette colours made by the artist and enamelist Ernestine Mills via Badge: Museum of London

Enamelled brooch in suffragette colours made by the artist and enamellist Ernestine Mills. (via Badge

Suffragette Outfit

Downton Abbey era 'militant suffragettes' in England led by Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst sported purple, GREEN and white to show their support! American suffragettes led by "Iron-Jawed Angel" Alice Paul wore purple, GOLD and white!

Ring in the Suffragette Colours, c.1910.  Give Women Votes (Green, White, Violet)  Green: Hope  White: Purity  Purple: Dignity

Suffragette Ring- Fine quality gold ring, circa set with demantoid garnets, amethysts and diamonds. The colours are those of the Suffragette movement - green for hope, white for purity and purple for dignity.

Suffragette colours Bee Brooch Diamond Gem Set C.1910

Antique Suffragette colours English Diamond and gem set Bee Brooch, C. The body claw set with a pear shape pink topaz gauging approximately x x mm and cabochon green emera

A magnificent and impressive Edwardian amethyst, emerald and diamond pendant, circa 1910. Mounted in gold. Incorporating the Suffragette colours of green, white and violet adopted by the 'Women's Social and Political Union' with which the Suffragette Movement was associated. #Edwardian #Suffragette #pendant

9.88ct Amethyst, 1.25ct Emerald, 1.13ct Diamond, 18ct & 9ct Gold Pendant - Antique Circa 1910

A magnificent and impressive Edwardian amethyst, emerald and diamond pendant, circa Mounted in gold. Incorporating the Suffragette colours of green, white and violet adopted by the ‘Women’s Social and Political Union’ with which the Suffragette Movem

Pendant circa 1910, in the Suffragette colours of purple, white and green.

Pendant circa amethyst, pearl and enamel in the Suffragette colours of purple, white and green.

"Votes For Women" suffrage pin by the Women's Political Union. Purple, white, and green (or sometimes gold) were the colors of the Suffragettes.

Broad Arrows by Becky Brown Emmeline Pankhurst arrested in 1914 The British WSPU made good use of the idea of repeated arr.

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