Carrick Celtic Deco Pendant
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Celtic deco was a subset of the pre-First World War Art Deco Movement, comprising of famous artists including the iconic Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This pendant is inspired by Mackintosh's Celtic Knot jewellery patters, which in turn were inspired by ancient Scottish and Irish sources.
Top quality silver-plated pewter jewellery. Available in highly polished silver or antique silver (matte) and sent in a presentation gift box.
Hand-cast and finished in our Glasgow workshop, by our highly trained craftsmen.
Size: 16.5mm x 36mm