Celtic Mackintosh Rose Matte Finish Handmade Pewter Cuff Bracelet
Charles Rennie Mackintosh applied simple decoration, often in the form of a rose, to his designs. He believed in minimalist design, but with some limited decoration. The name 'Art Nouveau' is French for new art. Art Nouveau was a style of distinct individuals such as Charles Rennie Mackintosh who interpreted it in their own manner. Charles Rennie Mackintosh architect, artist and designer (1868-1928) who frequently used stylised roses in his designs. This beautiful handcrafted celtic bracelet is made of fine English pewter and is machine polished.
It can be adjusted to suit most wrist sizes after warming up on a radiator or by a hair dryer. Please do not try to adjust this bracelet when it is cold.
Approx. Bracelet size : Internal length of bracelet is 14 centimetre. Outer length of bracelet is 16 centimetre. Width of bracelet is 1.9 centimetre at the widest part and 1.5 centimetre at the ends. Weight : 43 grams.
Note : To keep fine polish use a soft cloth for cleaning. Never clean your jewellery with anything abrasive. Like any other jewellery it is recommended to keep its shine long lasting PLEASE do not wear your jewellery in the shower, while swimming, cleaning.