Rotraut Schrott

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Golden Lady $9,200.00 SOLD
One of a kind, Cernit & Modelene with cloth body and armature.  Blue painted eyes and brown human hair.  40" standing with hat (does not sit)
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The Golden Lady is dressed in a beautiful gold and black silk dress.  The golden ornaments on the black sash were all hand painted by Rotraut.  The gloves and shoes were also hand painted by her. This piece is amazing.  We chose her for our cover doll because we felt she was exceptionally outstanding.  We especially loved the positioning of the doll's hands and arms.  Comes with a stand.
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Princess Hyacinth, $9,300.00 SOLD
One of a kind, Cernit & Modelene with cloth body and armature.  Brown painted eyes and blond human hair.  She is 31" with crown seated.  Does not stand.
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Princess Hyacinth has sculpted arms and legs that are sculpted over her elbows and knees.  She has a stuffed fabric body with armature.  She wears a hand made gold top with a green velvet vest and white taffeta underskirt covered with fine white cotton tulle.  She wears painted ornaments on her neck and feet hyacinthy flower piercings.  The hyacinth flowers are hand sculpted by Rotraut and are affixed on the vest, skirt and crown.  The gold crown is a very rar antique piece aquired by Rotraut.  She sits on a clear acrylic chair.
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Rotraut Schrott Biography

Rotraut has been known as a master sculptor since 1981.  Her first ever appearance in the USA was at our 1988 Doll Show.  She sculpted for Gadco who then produced her work in porcelain and vinyl at the time.   She left Gadco in 1999 and returned to creating her own original one of a kind work.  Many of our famous artists were originally inspired by Rotraut.  Others have studied her books and admired her work before they even began doll making.  Her dolls are made of Cernit with a cloth body.  She paint the eyes and uses human hair.   She finds the most amazing and unique antique fabrics, dresses and accessories for her dolls.  She only sculpts about 5-10 one-of-a-kind dolls a year and says that she will be doing less from now on.

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