A collaboration celebrating female empowerment
Give Women Votes movement embodied in a beautiful charm bracelet featuring diamonds, emeralds and amethyst
Encapsulating the true Suffragette spirit
To mark the occasion of International Women’s Day on the 8th March, Blacklock Jewellery is collaborating with Natalie Pinkham to create a limited edition charm bracelet inspired by the iconic Blacklock Empower collection. Natalie is a pioneering role model in sports broadcasting – she became the first woman to commentate on a Formula One session on British television when she led Sky’s commentary of first practice at the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Typifying the Blacklock aesthetic an elegant yellow gold charm bracelet has been crafted featuring icons of the movement – a rosette, a gold chain motif, an amethyst and emerald ribbon, a Suffragette flag in white gold and vintage style amethyst drop.
Each charm has been designed and crafted to embody the spirit of the Suffragettes; from the choice of gemstone colours to reflect the Suffragette Movement – purple amethysts from Brazil, green emeralds from Columbia and responsibly sourced white diamonds from India – to the choice of the bold icons and symbols that people associate with freedom, celebration and pride in the cause.
We have taken our time to bring these principles to life through the meticulous design of each charm but always underpinned by refined craft.
A limited edition to celebrate
The Empower collaboration charm bracelet is available only as a limited edition and consists of a run of 9 pieces. 9 pieces to reflect the important figures within the Suffrage movement – from Pankhurst to Fawcett. Each piece is stamped with the ‘Pinkham X Blacklock’ collaboration mark and individually numbered.
Each charm bracelet is priced at £6,250.
A donation from the proceeds of the sales will be gifted to Beulah.
In Partnership with Beulah
Beulah exists to empower vulnerable and previously trafficked women to become economically independent and break free from cycles of exploitation and poverty. They achieve this through providing employment opportunities to give women options and the freedom to make empowering choices.
For this collaboration Natalie is wearing the Jessamine blouse. Each item provides 56 hours of employment to vulnerable women working in Bangladesh.
With the ongoing Ukrainian crisis we will also be supporting the Medair Ukraine Emergency Appeal.
Two organisations Natalie Pinkham and Blacklock Jewellery would like to support.