Karen Mailley-Watt

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Jessie M. King

"Only the voyager knows the joy of the wave borne homeward bound." -Jessie M.

Antique Print of 1888 Glasgow Exhibition International Sketches

Antique Print of 1888 Glasgow Exhibition International Sketches

Govan New Yard, Glasgow. H.M.S. Northampton, 1876. The Glasgow shipyards were, at this time, the most productive in the world.

Govan New Yard, Glasgow. Northampton, The Glasgow shipyards were, at this time, the most productive in the world. This is where my Grandmother was born!

The Tiffany "Magnolia" Vase, 1893.  This spectacular vase has pastel white, piink and green enameling on the magnolia flowers surrounding the widest part.    Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City | JV

The Magnolia Vase Manufactured by Tiffany & Co, ca. The Magnolia Vase was Tiffany & Company’s most prominent silver entry at the Chicago World’s Columbian Exposition of In the collection.

Ann Macbeth & Jessie Newbery 1901

Ann Macbeth & Jessie Newberry - "Let Glasgow Flourish" Embroidered Panel.

Dum Spiro Spero.  Embroidered banner by Jessie Newbery and Ann Macbeth, 1901.

Embroidered banner by Jessie Newbery and Ann Macbeth,

Designed by Jessie M King; executed by Peter Wylie Davidson

Peter Wylie Davidson, Possibly dessigned by Jessie m. King ~ Clock silver and enamel, with repoussé galleon, fruiting trees and birds in flight and Festina Lente stamped marks WD Birmingham 1904 7 high

The Immortals DC004_9_1WB  Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Herbert McNair, with Agnes Raeburn (?), and Jessie Keppie (?) and her sister (?).

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Herbert McNair, with Agnes Raeburn (?), and Jessie Keppie (?) and her sister (?

More bow-tie than you can handle! The Immortals at Dunure; Frances Macdonald (rear), Margaret Macdonald (left), Jessie Keppie (right) next to John Keppie, J. Herbert McNair (front left), Charles Rennie Mackintosh (front right)

Glasgow Art - The Immortals at Dunure; Frances Macdonald (rear), Margaret Macdonald (left), Jessie Keppie (right) next to John Keppie, J. Herbert McNair (front left), Charles Rennie Mackintosh (front right) - Scotland

Margaret Macdonald (1865-1933)    Born in Staffordshire, Macdonald moved with her family to Glasgow and enrolled with her sister Frances at Glasgow School of Art. In 1894 they opened a studio in Hope Street, where they made and sold various items of metalwork, embroidery and jewellery.

Margaret MacDonald MacIntosh - artist, who's work is comparable to that of her better know husband, Charles Rennie MacIntosh.