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PAIR OF ANTIQUE ORIENTALIST TERRACOTTA BUSTS BY FRIEDRICH GOLDSCHEIDER

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PAIR OF ANTIQUE ORIENTALIST TERRACOTTA BUSTS BY FRIEDRICH GOLDSCHEIDER
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Pair of Late 19th Century Terracotta Busts Featuring Orientalist Figures. The female wears a headscarf and a pearl necklace of which some of the beads are missing. The male wears a keffiyeh, a Middle Eastern headdress fashioned from a square scarf. Signed on the inside with the Goldscheider signature.The Goldscheider Manufactory was founded by Friedrich Goldscheider in 1885 and became one of the most influential ceramic manufactories of terracotta, faience and bronze objects in Austria. They won a bronze medal for terracotta pieces at the International Exhibition, in Paris, France in 1889
Condition
Good
Dimensions
44 x 31 x 20 cm
Weight
5 kg
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PAIR OF ANTIQUE ORIENTALIST TERRACOTTA BUSTS BY FRIEDRICH GOLDSCHEIDER

Estimate £2,000 - £3,000
Oct 15, 2022
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Starting Price £1,900
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0058: PAIR OF ANTIQUE ORIENTALIST TERRACOTTA BUSTS BY FRIEDRICH GOLDSCHEIDER
Sold for £3,0007 Bids
Est. £2,000 - £3,000Starting Price £1,900
Fine Art & Antiques September Sale
Oct 15, 2022 7:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0058 Details
Description
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Pair of Late 19th Century Terracotta Busts Featuring Orientalist Figures. The female wears a headscarf and a pearl necklace of which some of the beads are missing. The male wears a keffiyeh, a Middle Eastern headdress fashioned from a square scarf. Signed on the inside with the Goldscheider signature.The Goldscheider Manufactory was founded by Friedrich Goldscheider in 1885 and became one of the most influential ceramic manufactories of terracotta, faience and bronze objects in Austria. They won a bronze medal for terracotta pieces at the International Exhibition, in Paris, France in 1889
Condition
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Good
Dimensions
44 x 31 x 20 cm
Weight5 kg
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