Fabulous Art Nouveau silver & gold designer earrings, pendants, brooches, bracelets, bangles & watches make up this definitive fine arts & crafts jewelry range.

A selection from our range:

9ct gold Rennie Mackintosh "Lady Rose" Pendant
The feature piece of our range
Height: 41mm (1.6″)
Width: 17mm (0.65″)
Solid & heavy
(8.1g without the chain)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
PND CRMA210G HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh gold necklace “Mackintosh Lady” CRMA210GFull details
9ct Gold Rennie Mackintosh "Hill House" Earrings
* Best selling design
Height: 31mm (1.2")
Width: 7mm (0.25")
ERNG CRMA232G HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh gold earrings 232gFull details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Saltire" Pendant
Royal blue sapphire & cubic zirconia
Height: 42mm (1.65″)
Width: 13mm (0.5″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
PND CRMA595 HMP

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Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Petals" Earrings
Amethyst & pink cubic zirconias
Height: 33mm (1.3")
Width: 9mm (0.35")
ERNG CRMA594S HMP CMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh silver Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Skyelawn" Pendant
Real Peridot and Blue Topaz
Height: 31mm (1.2″)
Width: 13mm (0.5″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
PND CRMA600S HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver Necklace CRMA600Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Skyelawn" Earrings
Real peridot and blue topaz
Height: 22mm (0.85″)
Width: 9.5mm (0.35″)
ERNG CRMA601. HMP
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Saltire" Pendant
Royal blue sapphire & cubic zirconia
Height: 31mm (1.2″)
Width: 13mm (0.5″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
HMP PND CRMA604.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver Necklace CRMA604
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Saltire" Earrings
Royal blue sapphires and cubic zirconias
Height: 22mm (0.85″)
Width: 9.5mm (0.35″)
ERNG CRMA605. HMP
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Petals" Pendant
Amethyst & pink cubic zirconia
Height: 31mm (1.2″)
Width: 13mm (0.5″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
HMP PND CRMA602.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Petals" Earrings
Amethysts & pink cubic zirconias
Height: 22mm (0.85″)
Width: 9.5mm (0.35″)
ERNG CRMA603. HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Thistle" Pendant
Peridot & amethyst
Height: 31mm (1.2″)
Width: 13mm (0.5″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
HMP PND CRMA598.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver Necklace Thistle CRMA598Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Thistle" Earrings
Peridots & amethysts
Height: 22mm (0.85″)
Width: 9.5mm (0.35″)
ERNG CRMA599. HMP
Mackintosh Thistle earringsFull details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Ruby" Pendant
Ruby and white & cubic zirconias
Height: 31mm (1.2″)
Width: 13mm (0.5″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
HMP PND CRMA584.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver Ruby Necklace CRMA584Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Ruby" Earrings
Ruby & white cubic zirconias
Height: 22mm (0.85″)
Width: 9.5mm (0.35″)
ERNG CRMA585. HMP
Mackintosh Ruby earringsFull details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "De Luxe" Pendant
Very intricate design & detailing
Height: 29mm (1.1″)
Width: 13mm (0.5″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
PND CRMA401 HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver Necklace CRMA401Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Cranston" Pendant
Height: 30mm (1.2″)
Width: 8.5mm (0.35″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
PND CRMA522 HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver Necklace CRMA522Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Margaret" Pendant
Height: 24mm (0.95″)
Width: 11mm (0.45″)
Chain length: 45.7mm (18″)
PND CRMA740 HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sterling Silver Necklace CRMA740Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Hillhead" Earrings
Height: 22mm (0.9″)
Width: 8mm (0.3″)
ERNG CRMA774S HMP
Charles Rennie Mackintosh silver earrings 774Full details
Small Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Mains Roundel" Stud Earrings
Diameter: 10mm (0.4″)
ERNG CRMA791S HMP
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Flourish" Brooch
Height: 54mm (2.1″)
Width: 18mm (0.7″)
BRCH CRMA751 HMP
MACKINTOSH BROOCH
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Studio Roundel" Brooch
Diameter: 29mm (1.1″)
BRCH CRMA710 HMP
MACKINTOSH BROOCH
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Skyelawn" Bracelet
Peridot & blue topaz
Silver trigger catch
Length 184mm (7.25″) approx
BRCT CRMA600b HMP
MACKINTOSH BRACELET
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Petals" Bracelet
Amethyst & pink cubic zirconia
Silver trigger catch
Length 184mm (7.25″) approx
BRCT CRMA603b HMP
MACKINTOSH BRACELET
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Saltire" Bracelet
Royal blue s sapphire & cubic zirconia
Silver trigger catch
Length 184mm (7.25″) approx
BRCT CRMA604b HMP
MACKINTOSH SALTIRE BRACELET
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Ruby" Bracelet
Ruby & white & cubic zirconias
Silver trigger catch
Length 184mm (7.25″) approx
BRCT CRMA589b HMP
MACKINTOSH RUBY BRACELET
Full details
Sterling Silver "De Luxe" Bracelet
Silver trigger catch
Length 180mm (7.1″) approx
BRCT CRMA410 HMP
MACKINTOSH BRACELET
Full details
Sterling Silver Rennie Mackintosh "Lattice" Bracelet
Silver trigger catch
Length 185mm (7.25″) approx
BRCT CRMA501S HMP
MACKINTOSH BRACELET
Full details
- Gold plated Rennie Mackintosh M95MG Watch
- Woman's size
- Mother of pearl dial
- Case diameter: 21mm
- Cairn® “Glasgow” bracelet
with Mackintosh motif
- Quartz movement
WTC HMP
MACKINTOSH WATCH
Full details
- Silver dial watch
- Case diameter: 21mm
- Cairn® half bangle bracelet
with Rennie Mackintosh shoulders
- Quartz movement
WTC M92C HMP
MACKINTOSH WATCH
Full details
- Woman's size Rennie Mackintosh watch
- Silver dial watch
- Case diameter: 25mm
- Raised dial detail
- Cairn® bracelet
- Quartz movement
WTC M47SLC4 HMP
MACKINTOSH WATCH
Full details
- Cairn®
- Rennie Mackintosh “Lattice” stainless steel bracelet
- Man’s size watch
- Black dial with mirror bezel
- Case: 24mm x 31mm
- Quartz movement
WTC M63RBCZ HMP
MACKINTOSH WATCH
Full details
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Scottish architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928)

This master of architecture, furniture and decorative illustration produced most of his work in and around Glasgow, Scotland. However, his genius has now been appreciated around the globe; exemplified by a major exhibition of his work which toured the finest Art Galleries in the United States in 1996.

Mackintosh, together with his wife Margaret Macdonald (whom he met when they studied together at the Glasgow School Of Art), Margaret's sister Frances and Henry McNair were collectively known as "The Four" and together formed the core of the designers who developed a progressive movement: "The Glasgow Style". Mackintosh was undoubtedly a genius - way ahead of his time and pursuing his own path. His heyday ran from from the 1890s to the 1920s.

He drew inspiration from the Scottish traditions and also from nature itself and Japanese forms. He used light and space masterfully as is evidenced both in his buildings and his furniture.

Around 1900, Mackintosh suddenly found fame with the massive flowering of the Art Nouveau style through Europe and the USA. Early architectural works include The Lighthouse and The Martyr's School; but it is the Glasgow School of Art which was to become his masterpiece.

Willow Tearooms

At the same time, Kate Cranston engaged him to design tea room interiors for "The Willow Tearooms". He designed every aspect - furniture, decoration, cutlery .... He also completed the Hill House in Helensburgh, The Daily Record Building in Glasgow and the discreet Windyhill detached suburban House in Kilmacolm.

Sadly, by 1910, The Art Nouveau movement was over; Charles Rennie Mackintosh was regarded as old fashioned and work began to dry up. Mackintosh suffered from depression and a disturbing pneumonia.

To retreat, Charles and Margaret moved to Suffolk and Rennie Mackintosh engaged himself in creating sublimely delicate and elegant botanical sketches and watercolours.

This was followed by a stay of around eight years in trendy Chelsea and the chance to convert industrialist W J Bassett-Lowke's house at 78 Derngate, Northampton. The ultimate downfall of his career was perhaps due to his conviction the he must design every aspect of a commission - interior and exterior, despite the wishes of his patrons.

Though his talented was certainly appreciated in Austria and Germany, it is ironic that he died in London, un-recognised for the genius that he undoubtedly was - particularly by his native city of Glasgow.


Mackintosh Buildings:

The Hill House, Upper Colquhoun Street, Helensburgh G84 9AJ

Ruchill CHurch Hall, 15/17 Shakespeare Street, Glasgow G20 9PT

The Mackintosh House, Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, Hillhead Street Glasgow G12 8QQ

The Glasgow Style Room, Art Gallery & Museum, Kelvingrove, Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society, Queen's Cross Church, 870 Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7EL

The Willow Tea Rooms 217 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3EX

The Glasgow School Of Art, 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RQ

Martyr's Public School Glasgow Museums, Parson Street, Glasgow G4 0PX

The Lighthouse, Glasgow 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU

The Daily Record Building, Glasgow 20-26 Renfield Lane, Glasgow G2 5AT

Scotland Street School Museum Glasgow Museums, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow G5 8QB

House For An Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW

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