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IMPORTANT ART NOUVEAU VASE FROM GOLDSCHEIDER'S "CHERET" SIGN. Terracotta vase from Goldscheider-Wein, signed by: "Cheret" Representing a decoration of sea foam and bird, showing a naked woman 20th Century H: 86; W: 46 cm Friedrich Goldscheider founded the Goldscheider factory and the Majolica factory in Vienna around 1885. It has become one of the most influential ceramic factories for terracotta, earthenware and bronze objects in Austria with branches in Paris, Leipzig and Florence. For more than half a century, Goldscheider created masterpieces of the historical revival, Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) and Art Deco. Famous artists such as Josef Lorenzl , Stefan Dakon , Ida Meisinger and the two most famous Austrian ceramic artists, Michael Powolny and Vally Wieselthier worked for Goldscheider. Many of the artists who have worked for Goldscheider have also worked for other Viennese studios, such as Augarten , Keramos or for the German brands Rosenthal and Meissen . The Goldscheider family emigrated in 1938 to the United Kingdom and the United States. Walter Goldscheider opened a new factory in Trenton, New Jersey and returned to Vienna in 1950. Marcel Goldscheider moved to Stoke-on-Trent to produce figurative ceramics for Myott and opened his own studio in the 1950s in Hanley. Both brothers died in the early 1960s. More than 10,000 different models were created over a period of three generations. Since the beginning, many of them have won first prizes and gold medals at countless fairs, exhibitions and exhibitions. Today, Goldscheider figures are highly sought after by collectors around the world and reach astonishing prices at auctions such as Sotheby's , Christie's , Dorotheum and on eBay . Several exhibitions and conferences have taken place since

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