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Women's Prize for Fiction

June 12, 2023 - Alice Barnes
Women's Prize for Fiction

As self-proclaimed bookworms, the only thing that could take our eyes off our latest read? Teaming up with one of the UK’s most prestigious literary prizes to celebrate award-winning books by women. 

Awarded annually to female authors worldwide, we’ve teamed up with the Women’s Prize for Fiction to pay homage to four of their past winners with must-have jewellery for any book lover. With 27 past winners to choose from, we asked Tatty Devine customers and literary lovers to choose their favourite books to be transformed into prize-winning pendants. 

With the much-anticipated results of the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2023 set to be announced today, we’re kicking off celebrations by introducing you to YOUR winning book covers, digitally printed on FSC-certified plywood creating the ultimate accessories for bookworms…


Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell

Pick up the Hamnet Book Pendant, a celebration of the Women’s Prize for Fiction’s 2020 winner. The perfect addition to every bookworm's collection, Maggie O’Farrell’s award-winning novel was born from her long-term fascination story behind Shakespeare's play, Hamlet.


Piranesi by Susanna Clarke

For the dark fantasy fans: meet your new go-to accessory, the Piranesi Book Pendant. Reach for the Women’s Prize for Fictions 2021 winner, Susanna Clarke’s mythology-inspired novel. The perfect gift for the book lover in your life, explore unknown worlds in this piece.


The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

Get your heart beating in the The Song of Achilles Book Pendant. Champion the Women’s Prize for Fiction’s 2012 winner with Madeline Miller’s laser cut tale of love. Take a page from Team Tatty’s book and layer the best of book jewellery under a crisp white collar for romance-ready looks. 


The Book of Form & Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki

Book lovers, turn the page on The Book of Form Pendant. Tatty Devine jewellery meets colour-pop book covers, with the Women’s Prize for Fictions 2022 winner, Ruth Ozeki’s The Book of Form & Emptiness. Talking about those tough subjects, this page-turning pendant is the conversation-starting accessory.

Shop jewellery for book lovers in our online-exclusive collection, Tatty Devine X Women’s Prize for Fiction. Every purchase provides £3 towards the work of the Women's Prize Trust, empowering all women to raise their voice and own their story.

Alice Barnes