Swarovski 'Lucky Spot' Sculpture by Stella McCartney Rings in Easter

 - Apr 5, 2009   Updated: Jul 12 2011
References: english-heritage.org.uk & bloomacious
'Lucky Spot' is a giant shimmering sculpture of a horse made out of Swarovski crystals by Stella McCartney for Belsay Hall Castle & Gardens. The art piece was originally created for Belsay Hall in 2004, but has made a reappearance just in time for Easter 2009.

'Lucky Spot' was inspired by Belsay Hall's medieval architecture and quarry garden, and dutifully honors the magical and mystical air that the castle exudes.

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