1868 - 1928: Architect, designer and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh was one of the most creative figures of the early 20th century, taking his inspiration from Scottish traditions and blending them with the flourish of the Art Nouveau period.
1854 - 1933: Influenced by the countryside and ancient stone crosses in his Isle of Man home, Knox minimalized the traditional Celtic knot work to create the subtle and simple lines symbolic of the English Art Nouveau Movement.
A little continental flair lights up the new ranges with ‘Belle’ a truly beautiful mixed metal collection in silver or silver and gold, with delicate pearls, framed in exquisite art nouveau inspired curves.
Intricate flowing shapes make up this stunning collection available in 9ct yellow gold. Some items are complimented with milky opal stones and every piece hand polished by our experienced silversmiths.
Originally the heart shaped luckenbooth was given, in the 16th century, at weddings and engagements as a token of love. From the 18th century onwards they were worn to protect against evil spirits. The name comes from the locking booths or small shops, a feature of Edinburghs Royal Mile.