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Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

Scottish, 1868-1928

At the turn of the 20th century, the Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh created a singular, wholly original design style that was both lyrical and sleekly modern. Within his architectural schemes for schools, private homes and restaurants, Mackintosh — frequently working in collaboration with his wife, the artist Margaret Macdonald — invented an aesthetic that blends the organic flow of the Art Nouveau style and the honest simplicity of the English Arts & Crafts movement.

Mackintosh was born into a working-class Glasgow family, the fourth of the 11 children of a police clerk and his wife. At age 15, Mackintosh began to take night classes at the Glasgow School of Art — where he would study until 1894 — and the following year started an apprenticeship with local architect John Hutchison.

At the GSA, Mackintosh befriended Macdonald, her sister, Frances, and fellow architecture student Herbert McNair. Together they formed a graphic design team known as the Four, and were admired for their illustrations featuring sinuous botanical forms and sylph-like women. Around the same time, Mackintosh was hired by the architectural firm Honeyman and Keppie. where he drafted the company’s winning design for a new GSA building. The structure, with its brooding, asymmetrical facade punctuated by soaring studio windows, would be his architectural masterwork. By 1900, Mackintosh was designing houses and began the interiors for a group of Glasgow tea parlors in which he and Macdonald would produce some of the most alluring, lushly graphic decors of the era. Mackintosh’s work became widely influential on the continent, particularly among Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser and other members of the Vienna Secession movement.

His work on private homes and tearooms generated the furniture designs for which Mackintosh is best known today. These include the Hill House chair, with its latticed back; the Argyle Street Tea Room chair, which features an oval head rail with a cutout that resembles a bird in flight; and several others — all instantly recognizable for their stunning tall backs.

Mackintosh’s furniture works well in both traditional and modern interiors, though by virtue of both its familiarity and striking lines it tends to stand out. Because he was much more esteemed in Europe than in Britain, relatively few antique Mackintosh works survive, and those that have are museum pieces. Recently produced examples of his designs are widely available — notably, the Italian firm Cassina has been making fine Mackintosh pieces since the early 1970s. As you will see on 1stDibs, the furniture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh is ever intriguing and engaging. His work is a historical touchstone that would be welcome in the home of any modern design aficionado.

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Creator: Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Charles R. Mackintosh Glasgow School of Art, Secessionist Table Lamp Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Vienna, AT
A table Version from the model, originally designed as a street lamp for the "Glasgow School of Art", this lamp shows the great Viennese influence, as Mackintosh exhibited 1900 toget...
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2010s Scottish Vienna Secession Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Brass

Hill House chair Charles Rennie Mackintosh
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in PARIS, FR
Hill House chair by Charles Rennie Mackintoch, designed in 1902 and reissued in the 1970s. Wooden structure and black leather seat. Italian manufacturing by Cassina. Slight signs of ...
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Mid-20th Century Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Leather

1903 Hill House Chair by Charles Rennie Makintosh
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Toronto, CA
The Ladder-back chair - formally known as the ‘Hill House Chair’ - was created for the primary bedroom of a house Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed in 1903. With a towering linear s...
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Early 1900s Scottish Art Nouveau Antique Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Fabric, Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 312 Willow Trone Armchair for Cassina
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Oak Harbor, OH
Designer: Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Manufacturer: Cassina. Period/Model: Mid-Century Modern. Specs: Ash Condition: This Charles Rennie Mackintosh 312...
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1980s Italian Art Nouveau Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Ash

Hill House Chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina, Italy
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Sacile, PN
Hill House ladderback designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Cassina, dated circa 1980. This iconic chair reflects Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s style and his fearless approach to ...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Fabric, Wood, Velvet

Pair of 1970s Charles Rennie Mackintosh 312 Willow Trone-Armchairs by Cassina
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Uncommon Pair of Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh 312 Willow Trone-Armchairs by Cassina with original pads (2) and hang tags (2). Good vintage condition.
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1970s Italian Art Deco Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Faux Leather, Ash, Beech, Plywood

Cassina Rennie Mackintosh Holzstuhl Designerstuhl Hill House chair
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Garching a. d. Alz, DE
Cassina Rennie Hill House chair, designed von Charles R. Mackintosh, von 1970. Aus ebonisiertem Eschenholz und Leder. Rückenlehne ist wesentlich höher als der gepolsterte Sitz. Be...
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Late 20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Leather

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Jugendstil Art Deco Bakelite Candlestick, a Pair
By Linsden Ware, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Atlanta, GA
This is the most iconic Bakelite piece ever. An elegant pair of Jugendstil tall tapered Bakelite candlesticks. These pieces were manufactured by Linsden Ware, England, in the late 19...
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1920s English Art Deco Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Bakelite

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Designed Chair by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Tall back chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Cassina. Chair designed in 1902, and relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. Please confirm location NY or NJ
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20th Century Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Metal

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Jugendstil Bakelite Candlesticks Set, Six Pieces
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Linsden Ware
Located in Atlanta, GA
This is the most iconic Bakelite piece ever. Set of six elegant Jugendstil tall tapered Bakelite candlesticks. These pieces were manufactured by Linsden Ware, England, in the late 19...
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1920s English Art Deco Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Bakelite

Mid-Century Modern Mackintosh "292 Hill House 1" Italian Ashwood Chair
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Ibiza, Spain
Pair of chairs model "292 Hill House 1" designed by Mackintosh. Made of black lacquered ashwood structure and upholstered in Pierre Frey fabric, Italy, 1960s. Charles Rennie Mackint...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Cotton, Ash

Mid-Century Modern Mackintosh "292 Hill House 1" Italian Pair of Ashwood Chairs
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Ibiza, Spain
Pair of chairs model "292 Hill House 1" designed by Mackintosh. Made of black lacquered ashwood structure and upholstered fabric, Italy, 1960s. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 186...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Cotton, Ash

Mid Century Hill House 1 Chair, Designed by Charles Rennie Machintosh, Italy 80s
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Lucija, SI
Gorgeous Hill House 1 Chair was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in the year 1902. This is reproduction from '80s, made in Cormons Italy. -----...
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1920s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Fabric, Wood, Ash

Original Ashwood Sheepskin Willow Chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in DE MEERN, NL
Introducing the epitome of elegance and craftsmanship: the Black Stained Ashwood Cassina Chair by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This exquisite piece, featuring a reupholstered seat cush...
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20th Century Italian Art Nouveau Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Sheepskin, Wood

Mid-Century Modern Mackintosh "292 Hill House 1" Italian Pair of Ashwood Chairs
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Ibiza, Spain
Pair of chairs model "292 Hill House 1" designed by Mackintosh. Made of black lacquered ashwood structure and upholstered in Pierre Frey fabric, Italy, 19...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Linen, Ash

Set of 2 Argyle Chairs by Charles R Mackintosh for Atelier International
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Argelato, BO
Pair of Argyle chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Atelier International, Designed 1897 and exhibited at the Eighth Secession Exhibi...
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1990s European Arts and Crafts Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Ash

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Black Ashwood Willow Italian Pair of Armchairs
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Madrid, ES
Pair of armchairs model "Willow" designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the "Willow Tea Room" in 1903 in Glasgow. Made of black lacquered ashwood structure and upholstered in leather. In its original configuration, the high, semicircular backrest of this solid wood throne served as a divider between the entrance and the tea room behind it. Complex series of lines and shapes reflect the style of Mackintosh. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist and artist. His artistic approach had much in common with European Symbolism. His work, alongside that of his wife Margaret Macdonald...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Leather, Ash, Lacquer

Willow Chiar nr. 312 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Carpi, IT
The Willow 312 chair by Mackintosh is an iconic piece of furniture that embodies the Art Nouveau style. Designed by the renowned Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackin...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Oak

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 292 Hill House Chair by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1902. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. This iconic chair reflects Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s style and his fearl...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Velvet, Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 320 Berlino Extendable Table by Cassina
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Extendable table designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1905. Relaunched in 1996. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. An extendable table, exemplifying the perfect balance between C...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 292 Hill House Chair by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1902. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. This iconic chair reflects Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s style and his fearl...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Velvet, Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 320 Berlino Extendable Table by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Extendable table designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1905. Relaunched in 1996. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. An extendable table, exemplifying the perfect balance between C...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

Set of 6 Ingram Dining Chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Carpi, IT
The Ingram Mackintosh chairs for Cassina are a collection of high back chairs designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. These chairs were pro...
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1970s Italian Art Nouveau Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Ash

Set of 2 Argyle Chairs by Charles R Mackintosh for Atelier International
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Argelato, BO
Pair of Argyle chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Atelier International, Designed 1897 and exhibited at the Eighth Secession Exhibi...
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1990s European Arts and Crafts Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Ash

Hill House Sofa by Mackintosh for Cassina Limited Edition
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Carpi, IT
The Hill House furniture, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, represents an icon of Art Nouveau and an extraordinary example of his distinctive style. Hill House is a private resi...
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1980s Italian Art Nouveau Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh “Ingram” Dining Chairs for Cassina, 1981, Set of 6
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Lonigo, Veneto
Charles Rennie Mackintosh “Ingram” dining chairs for Cassina, ash and fabric, United Kingdom, 1981, set of six. The "Ingram" chair reflects Mackinto...
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1980s British Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Fabric, Ash

Mid-Century Modern Mackintosh "292 Hill House 1" Italian Pair of Ashwood Chairs
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Ibiza, Spain
Pair of chairs model "292 Hill House 1" designed by Mackintosh. Made of black lacquered ashwood structure and upholstered in linen with black and whit...
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1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Linen, Ash

‘Willow’ Armchair Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh by Cassina
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Athens, Attiki
The ‘Willow’ armchair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the ‘Willow Tea Room’, Glasgow 1904. This masterful modern armchair is an expert re-edition by Cassina. In its origi...
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Early 1900s Italian Art Nouveau Antique Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Glasgow School of Art Floor Lamp Re-Edition
By Woka Lamps, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Vienna, AT
Originally designed as a street lamp for the "Glasgow School of Art", this lamp shows the great Viennese influence, as Mackintosh exhibited 1900 ...
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2010s Scottish Jugendstil Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Brass

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 292 Hill House Chair by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1902. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. This iconic chair reflects Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s style and his fearless approach to the most challenging manufacturing processes. Originally a furnishing accessory for one of Mackintosh’s major design projects, Hill House in Helensburgh, near Glasgow, Scotland, from which its name derives. The linear, geometric form is evocative of the minimal, abstract lines of Japanese graphics, which confer symbolic and figurative symbolic value to the piece’s striking visual impact. This piece is seen by many critics as not only a chair but also a veritable treatise on the way space can be articulated. The tall back is defined by a succession of vertical lines that are topped with a grid of verticals and horizontals. Thanks to the mastery of the furnitire makers of Meda, in the Brianza area north of Milan, Cassina has re-issued the Hill House chair...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Velvet, Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 292 Hill House Chair by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1902. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. This iconic chair reflects Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s style and his fearless approach to the most challenging manufacturing processes. Originally a furnishing accessory for one of Mackintosh’s major design projects, Hill House in Helensburgh, near Glasgow, Scotland, from which its name derives. The linear, geometric form is evocative of the minimal, abstract lines of Japanese graphics, which confer symbolic and figurative symbolic value to the piece’s striking visual impact. This piece is seen by many critics as not only a chair but also a veritable treatise on the way space can be articulated. The tall back is defined by a succession of vertical lines that are topped with a grid of verticals and horizontals. Thanks to the mastery of the furnitire makers of Meda, in the Brianza area north of Milan, Cassina has re-issued the Hill House chair...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Velvet, Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 312 Willow Trone-Armchair by Cassina
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Trone-armchair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. This throne-like armchair is a new iteration of the model that...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 292 Hill House Chair for Cassina, Italy, new
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Berlin, DE
Chair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1902. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. Prices vary dependent on color and material of the piece. Originally a fur...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood, Velvet

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Extendable 320 Berlino Table for Cassina
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Berlin, DE
Prices vary dependent on the size/model and material of the product. An extendable table (max. width: 265 cm) in cherry, exemplifying the perfect balance between Classic and contem...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood, Cherry

1970s Italian Black Oval Folding Table and Four Chairs designed by Mackintosh
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Baambrugge, NL
Elegant dining set, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and expertly manufactured in Italy during the 1970s. This set includes a sophisticated oval dining table and four matching c...
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1970s Italian Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Mother-of-Pearl, Rush, Ash, Oak

Set of 8 Argyle Chairs by Charles R Mackintosh for Atelier International
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Atelier International
Located in Pasadena, TX
Set of 8 Argyle chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Atelier International Designed 1897 This chair was exhibited at the Eighth Secession Exhibition ...
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Late 20th Century European Arts and Crafts Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Ash

Classic Modernist Hill House Chair by Charles R. Mackintosh for Cassina, 1980s
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Renens, CH
The Willow chair was originally designed in 1904 by architect Charles R. Macintosh for the Villa Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland: Production rights were acquired by Cassina durin...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Leather, Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 312 Willow Trone-Armchair for Cassina, Italy, new
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Berlin, DE
Prices vary dependent on the chosen material/color. Trone-armchair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904 in black stained ash wood. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood, Ash

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 320 Berlino Extendable Table by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Extendable table designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1905. Relaunched in 1996. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. An extendable table, exemplifying the perfect balance betwee...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 312 Willow Trone-Armchair by Cassina
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Trone-armchair designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904. Relaunched in 1973. Manufactured by Cassina in Italy. This throne-like armchair is a new iteration of the model that...
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2010s Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

20th Century Charles Rennie Mackintosh Vase "HouseHill" by Colle, Matte
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Turin, Turin
The original design of this gorgeous Vase is by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish architect, designer and painter. He was an exponent of the so-called Glasgow movement, at least th...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Glass

20th Century Mackintosh Bowl Mod. Willow Reproduced by Sabattini
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Lino Sabattini
Located in Turin, Turin
The original design of this gorgeous Bowl is by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish architect, designer and painter. He was an exponent of the so-called Glasgow movement, at least th...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Metal

20th Century Charles Rennie Mackintosh Vase "HouseHill" by Colle, Glossy
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Turin, Turin
The original design of this gorgeous Vase is by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish architect, designer and painter. He was an exponent of the so-called Glasgow movement, at least th...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Glass

20th Century Mackintosh Pair of Vases "Black & White" by Sabattini
By Lino Sabattini, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Turin, Turin
The original design of this gorgeous pair of Vases is by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish architect, designer and painter. He was an exponent of the so-called Glasgow movement, at...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Metal

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Black Ashwood Willow Italian Armchair
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Madrid, ES
Armchair model "Willow" designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the "Willow Tea Room" in 1903 in Glasgow. Made of black lacquered ashwood structure and upholstered in leather. In its original configuration, the high, semicircular backrest of this solid wood throne served as a divider between the entrance and the tea room behind it. Complex series of lines and shapes reflect the style of Mackintosh. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (7 June 1868 – 10 December 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, water colourist and artist. His artistic approach had much in common with European Symbolism. His work, alongside that of his wife Margaret Macdonald...
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Leather, Ash

Brown Oak Cassina Macintosh Drop Leaf Dining Table 6 Rush Seat Chairs Set Mint
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Rockaway, NJ
Brown oak Cassina Macintosh drop leaf dining table 6 rush seat chairs set mint Set of six chairs measuring 18Dx19Hx30W Seat Height:18.
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20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood, Walnut, Rush

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Cassina Club Chair
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Bronx, NY
Beautiful solid dark wood, rich forest green leather, great condition!!!!! See photos. Cassina made in Italy. Dimensions: Height 27.5" width 26.5 depth 26" the chair is in black lacq...
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Early 20th Century Modern Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Upholstery

C R Mackintosh Guthrie & Wells, Glasgow School Stained Green Cypress Wardrobe
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Guthrie and Wells
Located in London, GB
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928), made by Guthrie and Wells. A Glasgow School Arts and Crafts stained green cypress wood wardrobe, with white opaque textured square glass details to the top. The central door and a large lower drawer with brass heart escutcheons and brass stylized foliate hinges and handles. The simple case construction and stained green cypress wood and grouping of square details are typical of Mackintosh's early work for Guthrie and Wells including items bought by William Davidson for his house Gladsmuir, Kilmacolm. The brass cabinet fittings are identical on a number of pieces, see Billcliffe, p. 33, fig. 1895.2 and 1895.3 for a washstand and dressing table designed by Mackintosh, also made by Guthrie and Wells. Also a white painted wardrobe/compactum. The over-hanging cornice has been adapted with hinged flaps to move it up a narrow staircase. For a comparable piece see my other listing here for, C R Mackintosh...
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Late 19th Century Scottish Arts and Crafts Antique Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Brass

Hill House 1 Chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Cassina
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Chicago, IL
c. 1970s. Price is for the set. Contact us if you’d like to purchase a single item. Original green velvet upholstery. Classic design.
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1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Velvet, Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Poltrona Willow, Cassina, anni '70
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Rivoli, IT
Bellissima poltrona di Charles Rennie Mackintosh, mod Willow, prodotta da Cassina negli anni '70 La poltrona Willow 1 Charles Rennie Mackintosh è una poltron...
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1970s Italian Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Fabric, Wood

Set tavolo e 6 sedie Mackintosh per Cassina, 1975
By Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Cassina
Located in Rivoli, IT
Raro set da pranzo firmato Charles Rennie Mackintosh e prodotto da Cassina nel 1975 Tavolo di forma ovale di importanti dimensioni Sei sedie di cui due con braccioli (capitavola) Tu...
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1970s Italian Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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String, Wood, Ash

Sedie "Hill House" di Charles Rennie Mackintosh per Alivar
By Alivar, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Conversano, IT
Straordinario set di 4 iconiche sedie "Hill House" disegnate da Charle Rennie Mackintosh e prodotte in Italia negli anni 80 dalla nota azienda Alivar. Queste sedie vengono definite le madri del design, disegnate nel 1903 per la Hill House di Glasgow sono ancora in produzione e prodotto di punta di molte aziende dopo più di 120 anni. Le sedie si presentano in ottime condizioni con qualche minuscolo segno del tempo come da fotografie, sono state rifoderate con uno stupendo velluto di lino blu. Nome del Prodotto: Sedie "Hill House" Designer: Charles Rennie Mackintosh Anno di Progettazione: 1903 Stile: Moderno/Art Nouveau Materiali Principali: Legno, velluto di lino Design Distintivo: Linee geometriche, schienale alto con aperture Dimensioni: 41x35xH141cm - Altezza seduta 45cm Utilizzo Tipico: Soggiorno, sala da pranzo, ufficio Icona del Design: Sì, considerate le madri del design Versatilità: Adatte per una vasta gamma di ambienti e stili di arredamento Stato Attuale del Design: Ancora in produzione, testimonianza della loro longevità e rilevanza nel design Note Aggiuntive: Le sedie "Hill House" sono un'icona del design, disegnate da Charles Rennie Mackintosh nel 1903 e ancora oggi prodotte e apprezzate per il loro stile distintivo e la loro storia. Charles Rennie Mackintosh è stato un celebre architetto, designer e pittore scozzese, nato il 7 giugno 1868 a Glasgow e morto il 10 dicembre 1928. È considerato uno dei più importanti esponenti del movimento Art Nouveau e uno dei più influenti architetti e designer del suo tempo. Mackintosh ha studiato presso la Glasgow School of Art, dove ha incontrato sua moglie, Margaret Macdonald, anch'essa artista e designer. Insieme, hanno formato un influente gruppo di artisti conosciuto come "The Glasgow Four" o "Spook School", che includeva anche Frances Macdonald e James Herbert...
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Early 1900s Italian Art Nouveau Antique Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Velvet, Wood

4 Highback "Ingram" Dining Chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Italy, 1980s
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Hellouw, NL
This set of four Charles Rennie Mackintosh model Ingram dining chairs embodies timeless elegance and a rich historical significance. Originally designed around 1910 for the White Dining Room...
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1980s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Fabric, Ash

Vintage Willow Chair by Charles R. Mackintosh for Cassina, 1980s
By Cassina, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Located in Renens, CH
Vintage Willow chair by Charles R. Mackintosh for Cassina, 1980s The Willow chair was originally designed in 1904 by architect Charles R. Macintosh ...
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1920s Italian Modern Vintage Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture

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Wood

Charles Rennie Mackintosh furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Charles Rennie Mackintosh furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We have 34 vintage editions of these items in-stock, while there is 14 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original furniture by Charles Rennie Mackintosh were created in the mid-century modern style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Simon Gavina Editions, Carlo Bartoli, and Augusto Bozzi. Prices for Charles Rennie Mackintosh furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $950 and can go as high as $34,889, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $5,400.
Questions About Charles Rennie Mackintosh Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a Scottish architect who created an original design style that is sleek and modern. He is best known for his chair designs, which feature high backs and striking lines. Browse a variety of Mackintosh furniture and chairs on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 13, 2024
    No, Charles Rennie Mackintosh is generally not considered Art Deco. His early work is usually categorized as Art Nouveau and provided a source of inspiration for Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser and other members of the Vienna Secession movement, which is closely related to the Art Nouveau movement. Pieces produced later in the Scottish designer's career, such as those from the Italian firm Cassina, show off the characteristics of mid-century modern design. On 1stDibs, find an assortment of Charles Rennie Mackintosh furniture.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 13, 2024
    No, Charles Rennie Mackintosh's work isn't Art Deco. The architect and designer developed an aesthetic that blends the organic flow of the Art Nouveau style with the honest simplicity of the English Arts & Crafts movement. Mackintosh’s furniture works well in both traditional and modern interiors, where, by virtue of its familiarity and striking lines, it tends to stand out. Explore a variety of Charles Rennie Mackintosh furniture on 1stDibs.

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