Charles Rennie Mackintosh Wassail Hard Glasses Case
A stylish and practical way to store your glasses. This fabric covered hard glasses case features the Wassail, a gesso painted panel designed by Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1900 for Miss Cranston's Tea Room in Ingram Street, Glasgow.
Includes a Wassail lens cloth to wipe your glasses.
Case measures: 16 cm (long) x 5.5 cm (wide) x 2.5 cm (at the deepest point).
Cloth measures: 15 cm x 18 cm.
Made in the UK. We also sell a key ring, paperweight and pocket mirror with the Wassail design.
The Wassail is an oil painted gesso on hessian and scrim, set with twine, thread and glass beads panel frieze designed and painted by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) in 1900 for the Ladies Luncheon Room in Miss Katherine Cranston's tea rooms on Ingram Street in Glasgow. The panels were removed in 1971 and now hang in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow.