Huge Goldscheider art deco figure of dancing girl, modelled by Joseph Lorenzl for Goldscheider from the 1920s The figure is known by many names: 'The Captured Bird' The Butterfly Girl' or the 'Bat Dancer'. Made in Austria, factory marks and model number to
A late 19th / early 20th century Austrian painted terracotta bust 'La Rebelle' by Goldscheider, depicting a Nubian warrior with shield, the figure supported on a square form plinth, inscribed 'A Mantovani', 'Reproduction Reserve', '1552 / 6 / 16', 85 cm hi
A Goldscheider porcelain hound', mid 20th century, a naturalistic press moulded figure of a white and brown hound with a single firing hole to the body and upon an oval plinth base; with black stamp mark underside with impressed numerals 5064 over 32 and 1
A pair of small Goldscheider mask wall plaques. Mid 20th century, with Goldscheider West Germany stamps, the terracotta masks of typical stylised form, one in the form of modish young woman with white hair, the other a curly haired child with a light green
An Art Deco Goldscheider figurine, circa 1930s, with Goldscheider Wien stamps, the majolica glazed figurine of an exotic oriental dancer with a jewelled bustier and a green and blue girdled and patterned skirt, the edges held up by the dancer in butterfly
A large Goldscheider polychrome figure of a dancer, signed Laurenzl, circa 1925, the figure posed in exotic costume with a white headscarf and band, printed factory marks and signed Laurenzl to the base 48 cm high
An Art Deco Goldscheider type wall mask, as a stylish young woman with head turned to her right, brightly glazed stripes to her head band in tones of orange, blue, yellow and turquoise, the unglazed terracotta back with impressed numbers. 19.5 x 8 x 22.5 c
A Goldscheider figure of a lady, Josef Lorenzl, 1929, standing on her toes, dressed in a maroon wide-brimmed hat and floral patterned maroon dress with frilled skirt,mounted on a domed circular base, 32 cm high. Impressed marks 6229, impressed and printed
A Goldscheider figure of a lady in a grey evening gown, 1935, holding a bouquet of flowers and a feather fan, 30 cm high. Incised 7224//493/4, incised and printed signature and factory marks. Refer Ora Pinhas, Goldscheider, 2006. P. 139
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