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Mithril Jewellery

38 Battlefield Road
Langside
Glasgow
Glasgow
G42 9QH
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Mithril Jewellery is hand made and designed by Russell Caldwell. The Golden Age of Celtic Art and The Art Nouveau movement inspired him to make unique and intricate high quality pieces in silver, gold and enamel, often incorporating semi precious stones. After visiting Alexander Greek Thomson building, Holmwood House; he was inspired to design his Classic Range. Call in at Russells workshop at 38 Battlefield Road, near Langside monument and view him making and designing his original, indigenous pieces

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