Scottish Arts & Crafts Movement Style Brass 'Killin' Wall Mounted Letter Rack 1924
REF: 3056 - 081221 / LA379129
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For sale is a Scottish Arts & Crafts Movement design brass wall mounted letter rack. - Of local Highland interest for Killin on Loch tay and awarded for the Killin agricultural show 1924. - Detailed as: Wool prize, Killin show 1924, the gift of F H McLeod & Sons. - The ship at sail being a motif which is a central design within the Arts & Crafts Movement from designers, guilds and schools across Britain from Newlyn, Liberty to Glasgow and Iona and the continent. - The ship at sail is represented as galleons, yachts and Scandinavian Viking ships and are often represented in artmetalware, ceramics, textiles and carving throughout the Arts & Crafts Movement. A beautiful and distinctive Scottish Arts & Crafts brass letter rack / wall pocket ready for further decorative utility.
W&W Antiques has clarified that the Scottish Arts & Crafts Movement Style Brass 'Killin' Wall Mounted Letter Rack 1924 (LA379129) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1924
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This Scottish Arts & Crafts Movement Style Brass 'Killin' Wall Mounted Letter Rack 1924 is located in Crieff, UK
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