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Donna Wilson's Book Cushion on a chair. The cushion has a knitted pattern with 'Votes for Women' above the image of a woman wearing a sash.

Votes for Women Book Cushion

Votes for Women Book Cushion designed and made by DONNA WILSON

100% lambswool cushion

£80.00

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WoW Exclusive Girl Purses

Inspired by the Girls annuals from the 1950’s and 60‘s held within the archive collections of the Glasgow Women’s library, these gorgeous hand-screen printed purses make a fabulous addition to any bag!

£12.00

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Set of three badges, each different (each set unique)

WoW Exclusive Girls! Badge Set (set of 3)

Wear a piece of history with these lovely 25mm pin badges! Made by WoW from pages of girls annuals from the 1950’s and 60’s (just like those found in the archive collections of the Glasgow Women’s Library), each unique set contains a variety of images, text and logo.

£3.00

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Leather Coin Purse Grey & Rose Gold

WoW Exclusive Limited Edition Coin Purse

These purses are handcrafted by WOW exclusively for Glasgow Women’s Library from recycled aeroplane seats (cabin size friendly!).  Shades of leather will vary due to the recycled nature of this product and they come with either a rose gold or gold logo.

£9.00

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Black bag with bright pink text. The text reads 'Tracey Emin' [in large letters] 'Didn't win the Turner Prize 1999' [In smaller writing]. The rest of the text echoes this style of a larger name and smaller text. 'Beyonce didn't win the Grammy for album of the year 2017' and 'Glasgow Women's Library didn't win Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018'

Limited Edition Runners-Up Tote Bag

Our new Limited Edition GWL Tote Bag celebrates the power of women who are Runners-Up.

Made with 100% fairtrade cotton. This Tote Bag has a gusset for support and durability.

£6.00

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Hens Tae Watch Oot Fur Issue 6

Hens Tae Watch Oot Fur is Glasgow Women's Library's Queer Feminist Zine. In Issue 6 Hens have explored the theme of Intersectionality, a term widely used in contemporary Feminist and Queer politics.

 

£2.00

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