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Goldscheider Art Deco Group 'Revue', the 'Dolly Sisters', by Stephan Dakon

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Most Remarkable Rarest Goldscheider Art Deco Figurine Group of the 1930s: Two standing young revue twin dancers with pageboy hairstyle, taking a step forward. At the same time, they lift the bellflower-shaped hem of their short purple dress with a fur collar with both hands. On a black, diamond-shaped base. This group also exists as a single figure, and there is also a group of four, an extremely rare and elaborate version by the Goldscheider company as a special creation. The 'Dolly Sisters' Rosie Dolly (1892 - 1970) and Jenny Dolly (1892 - 1941), known professionally as (the) Dolly Sisters, were Hungarian-American identical twin dancers, singers and actresses, popular in vaudeville and theatre during the 1910s and 1920s. Both sisters also appeared in two silent films. Signed STEPHAN DAKON (1904 - 1992), one of the most important designers who worked for the Goldscheider manufactory from 1924 until the mid-fifties. Design of this model circa 1926/27. made circa 1930 Manufactory: Goldscheider Vienna / Austria Material & Technique: hand-crafted ceramics, white earthenware, hand-painted, glossy finish Dimensions: height: 37.0 cm / 14.56 in width: 29.5 cm / 11.61 in depth: 22.0 cm / 8.66 in Marks: model number 5612 / 74 / 6 Goldscheider Wien (Vienna) manufactory stamp MADE IN AUSTRIA / HAND-DECORATED painter's and former's signs existing Bibliography: - DECHANT / GOLDSCHEIDER, GOLDSCHEIDER: Firmengeschichte und Werkverzeichnis / History of the Company and Catalogue of Works, Stuttgart (Germany), 2007, Page 411, Number 5612 Condition: Excellent.

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