Georg Adam Scheid

Alle Fotos mit freundlicher Genehmigung von  Andreas Maleta abgebildet: 

© amp-andreas maleta press & publication Galerie punkt 12, Wien

G.A.Scheid has been producing high-quality silver and gold jewelry as well as luxury items for over 50 years with around 300 employees in his factory at Gumpendorferstraße 85 in Vienna, which have been exported all over Europe. Sales outlets were in Vienna, Budapest, Paris, St.Petersburg and Istanbul.

Georg Adam Scheid held a dominant position in the luxury goods market of the monarchy, with a very high export share to England, America, Russia and the Ottoman Empire. As such, pieces of jewelry were not signed by the artists, particularly Auchentaller expressly did not want this, as is evident from the letters to his father-in-law.

Inkwell Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna

Inkwell with shamrock

Lady Celia Coates, Daughter of the Marquess of Crewe.  Silver gold and pearls.

CC    Celia Coates

Writing Ink Dryer,  Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna

Small cigarette box, 5.0 cm x 5.0 cm

Belt buckle,  Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna
also marked Asprey London.

Small cigarette box, 5.0 cm x 5.0 cm

Belt buckle

Pill Box, Designed by Auchentaller

From around 1895 - while still living in Munich - Auchentaller designed silver jewelry for the company of his father-in-law Georg Adam Scheid in Vienna - exclusively. 

Cigarette Box Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna

Pill box Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna

Niello denotes an ornament on silver, more rarely gold, more recently also on copper and bronze, which consists of drawings engraved or pressed in by steel plates and filled in with a kind of black color. The black color itself is also called that.

Pill Box Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna

Pill box Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna

Diameter 3.2 cm, Height 1.0 cm

Pill box Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna

1.6 x 6.0 x 3.6 cm

Very nice little perfume bottle

Very nice little perfume bottle

Cloisonné, also called cell melting or cell enamel, is an artisan technique for enamel work. For production, thin wires or metal strips are soldered onto a carrier plate, which is usually made of silver, and differently colored glass flows are inserted between them.