Roses Key Ring by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Acme Studio
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"Roses" Key Ring, a design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, comes from ACME Studio's line of designer key rings. The design is based on the classic textile pattern from Mackintosh, "Roses & Teardrops.
These key rings are made of a special zinc alloy and a braided stainless steel wire to hold the keys, with hand applied enamel depicting the unique artwork or design done by the designer. Each key ring is packaged in a black ACME flannel pouch with the designer's bio card.
Also available as a pen and business card case.
CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH was born in Dennistoun, Glasgow in 1868. He attended evening classes at the Glasgow School of Art from 1883 to 1894 and this undoubtedly had a stimulating effect on him, with the influence of fellow apprentice James Herbert MacNair. In 1896, Rennie won the competition to design a new Glasgow School of Art, and this building is still acclaimed as one of the most significant buildings of the past century. Which was just one of the buildings won him enthusiastic acclaim in the U.K. as a pioneer of modern architecture. His furniture designs are recognized internationally as “Design Classics”, and his architecture is now considered extremely influential in the context of architectural history.