The Suffragette movement of the late 1800s is one of the earliest women’s organizations to fight for equality and voting rights. The women were persecuted for voicing their opinions while enduring arson, loss of property, and jail time. Leon Mege celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage by creating a ring with the colors of the Suffragette movement—green and purple—to symbolize dignity and hope. The truly unique right-hand ring features a vivid garnet flanked by two emeralds – an intriguing combination of colored gemstones.
    • Shown with a 5-carat Asscher-cut purple garnet
    • A matching pair of Colombian emeralds
    • Natural fancy purple diamonds
    • Rolex-grade platinum
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    Custom made three-stone ring, featuring 4.53 carat purple garnet by Leon Mege
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