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Rennie Mackintosh serves up success

A cabinet designed by Scottish designer and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868- 1928) for a Victorian tea room businesswoman has sold for £11,000 at Willingham Auc tions in Cambridge.

The oak upright cabinet (right) was made for Catherine Cranston (1849-1934), who owned a chain of shops in Glas gow – such as the famous Willow Tea Rooms – and did much to help develop the model for such late 19th and early 20th century establishments.

A number of her premises were designed or decorated by Mackintosh.

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