Art Deco Wall Plaques
TEL: 01883 620767 . . . . . MOBILE: 07970 493464

Email me here

Wall Plaques Page 13

Keramia Mask
This wonderful terracotta wall mask was made during the 1930’s by the Czech company of Keramia, and measures a large 9.2 inches (23cm) high. To the back it bears the black tower mark of Keramia and the impressed model number 1152/2. The designer was Karl Grossl. Condition is excellent.

Ref: Plq574 . . . £495

Balinese Wall Mask by Goldscheider
A wonderful terracotta wall mask, designed by Rudolf Knoerlein and made around 1953. It is a rare gold foil edition and measures 6 inches (15cm) high. To the back is the black Goldscheider, West Germany stamp and model number 703. Condition is excellent.

Ref: Plq592 . . . £295

Large Goldscheider Wall Mask
Wonderful terracotta wall mask that measures a large 11 inches (28cm) high. Ash blonde hair, black hat with blue scarf, made during the late 40s early 50s and still bears the original Goldscheider label to the bottom of the mask. To the back, stamped Goldscheider, West Germany, and in excellent condition.

Ref: Plq601 . . . £395

Wall Mask by Cortendorf
German ceramic wall mask made post war, but probably late 40s, made of china with a terracotta glaze to the face. Stamped to the rear Made in West Germany model number 3409 with the Cortendorf stamp. Measures approx 11 inches high (28cm). Condition is very good.

Ref: Plq605 . . . £165

Austrian Terracotta Wall Mask
Beautiful Austrian wall mask by Keramos, Wien, made in the early 1930's, designed by Rudolf Podany, and measuring approx. 8 inches (20cm) high, in very good condition and signed to the reverse.

Ref: Plq606 . . . £395

Rare Wall Mask
Stunning 8 inch (20cm) tall brightly hand painted mask, a Czech piece signed Lineke. A rare find in excellent condition.

Ref: Plq1098 . . . £695

Rare Lady Mask by Goldscheider
Pretty lady in a hat, a hand finished and painted terracotta mask by the Goldscheider foundry. Measures approx. 10.5 inches (26cm) high, model number 847915. Stamped Goldscheider Wien and also stamped made in Germany later after German occupation. So this mask was made in the early 1930's. Good condition with a small firing crack from new to the top of her hat. This is not unusual on terracotta plaques.

Ref: Plq1199 . . . £995

Marlena Dietrich Wall Mask by Goldscheider
Extremely rare wall mask of Camilla Horn, made by Rudolf Podany (1876 - 1963), in the late 1920s -early 1930s. It is stamped to the back Podany, Keramos Made in Austria. It measures 12 inches high by 8.4 inches wide (30.5cm x 21.5cm) and is in excellent condition and beautifully hand painted. There is a line across the back of the piece which may have been the original joining of the mask and the separate scarf section. I have never seen another of this mask. Camilla Horn (1903 - 1996)  was a German dancer and a film star of the silent and sound era. She starred in several Hollywood films of the late 1920s and in a few British and Italian productions. The actress - being daughter of a civil servant - was educated as a dressmaker and worked at Erfurt. In 1925, together with Marlene Dietrich, she worked as an extra in the German film Madame Doesn't Want Any Children, and later she was seen in a musical review by director Alexander Korda. - She made her great breakthrough in 1926, when she replaced the popular American actress Lillian Gish, for the part of Gretchen in F. W. Murnau's lavish UFA production of Faust. In 1928 she sailed for Hollywood, where she played opposite John Barrymore in Tempest and Eternal Love. She returned to Europe, and in the 1930s she refused to follow the official line of the Nazis. From 1930 until her retirement in 1953, she remained a screen favourite in German, British, and Italian films.

Ref: Plq1295 . . . £995

Clown Wall Pockets
A pair of china clown wall pockets, unmarked, beautifully handpainted with a couple of small imperfections to the top of the rims.

Ref: Plq56 . . . £195 pair

previous page | next page

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16
17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 32 | 33

Home Page