This Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sideboard is part of a series of models designed by Mackintosh supposedly for the country home of W.J. Basset-Lowke. They were not produced during the lifetime of Mackintosh, and are known only from a pencil and watercolor drawing now in the Glasgow University Collection.
The design of the stained glass panel in the sideboard is not indicated in the Mackintosh drawing. The present reproduction utilizes Mackintosh's design of the "weeping rose" as was first used by him in 1900 on the writing desk of the musician, Michael Diak. The weeping rose motif was a favorite of Mackintosh and he used it for other stained glass panels and other cabinets. Charles Rennie Mackintosh is known as one of the most creative and skilled architects and interior designers of the 20th century. Many of his furniture, glass, and architectural designs have grown in popularity now over 100 years later. His signature Art Nouveau style can be easily recognized.
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Sideboard is constructed of ashwood with a black stained finish.
Made In Italy.
Dimensions: H 60" D 22 1/2" W 65"
Materials: Ashwood sideboard with mother of pearl in-lay and leaded glass panel centerpiece.
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