A beautiful vintage sterling silver pendant necklace in the iconic 'Glasgow Rose" design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Mackintosh, a hugely influential architect, artist and designer was born in 1868 in Glasgow and his beautiful Art Nouveau designs drew inspiration from his Scottish heritage.
This is a small pendant crafted in a geometric column design with an open-work rose and cube motifs, a triangular bale adds to the classic Art Nouveau styling and the pendant suspends from a fine sterling silver curb chain.
Lovely quality and in excellent condition this gorgeous silver necklace will add a subtle and elegant finishing touch to any outfit, it is perfect for adding a touch of class to your layering and will make a fabulous Scottish gift.
MATERIALS: sterling silver throughout
MEASUREMENTS: pendant 1-1/4" (3.4cm) tall measured with bale, 3/8" wide (1cm), the chain measures 18" (46cm)
HALLMARKS: pendant '925' chain '925'
WEIGHT: 4.3 grams total
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Materials: Sterling Silver.