SILVER CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH NECKLACE
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist and artist. His artistic approach had much in common with European Symbolism. His work, alongside that of his wife Margaret Macdonald, was influential on European design movements such as Art Nouveau and Secessionism. He was born in Glasgow and died in London.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a gifted artist, designer, craftsman and architect. His works have inspired jewellers to create 9ct gold and sterling silver necklaces, earrings, brooches and bracelets based on his original designs.
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- DESIGN – Solid Sterling Silver & Blue Topaz Charles Rennie Mackintosh pendant necklace.
- SIZE – Pendant Weight: 2.6g, Pendant Dimensions: 23mm x 18mm
- CHAIN – This necklace comes as a pendant on an 18” Sterling Silver chain.
- GIFT – A perfect gift which comes in an elegant jewellery box. Ideal for Birthdays, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Anniversaries and weddings.
- CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH – Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a gifted artist, designer, craftsman and architect, he is one of the key figures of the Arts & Crafts Design Movement in Britain and the flourish of Art Nouveau in Scotland. As part of a group of artists known as 'The Four' he helped develop the 'Glasgow' style.