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Mackintosh Rose Lattice Sapphire Antiqued Gold Plated Pendant

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Mackintosh Rose Lattice Sapphire Antiqued Gold Plated Pendant
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A delightful antiqued pendant design with one (1) rectangular Sapphire Cabachon Stone set in the lattice design.  The surface of the pendant is highly detailed with a Lattice and Mackintosh Rose design.  Another coloured stone makes up the centre of the Mackintosh Rose towards the bottom of the piece  This would make an ideal gift idea for anyone. 

Comes complete in a small presentation velvet pouch.

 Measures 35.00mm in height (1.37 inches).  Included with the pendant is a 45.72cm (18 inches) antiqued gold plated chain. 

This beautiful Pendant is a perfect gift for any occasion.

Elegant curves, luxury, smoothness. Wearing this beauty will provide you with endless pleasure.

The superior craftsmanship and timeless design of this pendant will compliment your evening wear exceptionally.

This item is made in and shipped from the United Kingdom.  Please be advised that this item needs to be made before it can be sent to you.  Please allow sufficient time for your order to arrive.

Combined postage is available for larger quantities - Please Ask !

Enquiries are welcome at any time - my door is always open for assistance.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH

In late 19th-century Glasgow an exciting combination of industrial wealth and skills, artistic talent and enlightened patronage produced the climate that fostered a new movement in design and style, with Charles Rennie Mackintosh at its head.

The Glasgow Style of the late 19th century was an idiosyncratic variation of Art Nouveau and the Arts and Crafts movement.

Mackintosh was an all round designer and his acclaimed willow and rose motifs were used throughout the interiors of one of his best known creations, Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms.

He died in 1928 and has now become renowned worldwide for his distinctive repertoire of forms and motifs.


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