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Great Offer On Our Mackintosh Range

This Saturday (7th June) marks the 151st birthday of Charles Rennie Mackintosh; the influential Scottish architect & designer. To celebrate, we’ve teamed up with Itison to bring you an amazing offer on our Mackintosh Red Rose Range.

Save over 50% on our Red Rose range when you buy the Itison voucher and redeem on our website or in store until 31st July.

Visit the following link to get your voucher:

https://www.itison.com/Glasgow/deals/shearer-candles-mackintosh-collection

Mackintosh Red Rose Candle Range

We were delighted when Glasgow Life also approached Shearer Candles to make a special range of Mackintosh inspired candles.

This range of beautiful scented candles carries the delicate and romantic scent of rose petals with sandalwood. The candles are encased in a striking Mackintosh inspired design, displaying his signature Red Rose motif. The fragrance is available in a small tin candlelarge tin candle and glass jar candle.

 

Mackintosh’s Life

Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, furniture designer and artist. Born in Glasgow, his work is still a major feature throughout the city and examples can be seen all over Scotland.

His distinct style, often featuring long drawn out plant forms, geometric flowers and squares or grids, is easily to spot and admired the world over.

House For An Art Lover

Mackintosh’s Work

Mackintosh’s major commissions, alongside partners, included designs for private homes, commercial buildings, interior renovations and churches. Perhaps his most notable works include The Glasgow School of Art, Hill House, House For An Art Lover, The Willow Tea Rooms and Scotland Street School.

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