In Weimar, later in Dresden, worked a porcelain painting workshop L. W√ľnsche, which brought the so-called ¬ę whiteware ¬Ľ from different factories and decorated them by spraying method. Mainly vases and containers of all kinds.
The company was founded in 1920 by Mezger and Beck. After Beck's withdrawal from the company around 1926, Emil Rauschenbach became a new shareholder.
Production: luxury goods, vases, utility vessels. In the 1920s, porcelain coins were also produced.
Otto Wustlich ( 23. M√§rz 1819 in Pfaffendorf - April 1886 in Sch√∂nberg bei Passau )
Ausbildung am Schmidt¬īschen Porzellanmalinstitut Bamberg. Wustlich malte f√ľr das Porzellanmalinstitut Schmidt zahlreiche Kopien nach Tizian, van Dyck und anderen.
Wytw√≥rnia Porcelany Ňöwit w ńÜmielowie zaŇāoŇľona zostaŇāa w 1936 roku przez byŇāych pracownik√≥w najstarszej polskiej fabryki porcelany w ńÜmielowie. W gronie dziewińôciu zaŇāoŇľycieli firmy byŇā inŇľynier BronisŇāaw KryŇĄski (1887 - 1945), wynalazca receptury r√≥Ňľowej ńámielowskiej porcelany.
The company Zeh, Scherzer & Co. was founded in 1880 and started production of a wide range of products, including coffee and tea sets, household items, tableware and decorative porcelain.
In the pottery workshop built in 1865 by Leonard Wallner, also porcelain was made. In 1919, the plant was bought by Martin and Hans Zehendner, Christian Seltmann and Johann Wallner. Thanks to the acquisition, the company has grown steadily.