Victorian Hand Memo Clip
Slender and fair. . . A lady's hands could be judged nearly as much as her pretty face. Thought to be quite lovely, is it any wonder that a cuffed hand became a most prevalent design?
From 1880-1890, be it clasped, holding a symbol, or shaking another hand, the piece conveyed loyalty. To some, it was a subtle way to display convictions. Much glassware has been discovered with lids formed into hands holding bars. Of course, this emblem has been representative of anti-slavery for centuries.
What important message shall our Victorian memo clip hold for you? This helping hand from another era keeps your notes of utmost importance raised high above desk clutter.