Porcelain painting workshop, founded around 1850 as a factory of clay products and artistic pottery. The owner in 1910 was Adam Bertrand and Hans Degener. Closed around 1935.
GŇāowńÖ rodziny Bevington byŇā Samuel Bevington ( 1808-1863) - ceramik, dekorator i producent. W 1835 roku zaŇāoŇľyŇā pierwszy zakŇāad ceramiczny - ‚ÄěSwan Pottery Works‚ÄĚ przy Elm Street.
Ferdinand Beyer and Theodor Bock since 1853 ran a porcelain painting workshop in Volkstedt, Thuringia. This initially small business was growing rapidly. Already in 1869, Beyer introduced his son Alfred into the company.
Bing & Gr√łndahl was founded on April 15, 1853, by Gr√łndahl, who was a figurine maker for the Royal Danish Porcelain Factory, and the Bing brothers, who were art and book dealers.
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Production: porous ceramics in the style of "Wedgwood".
The company Blakeman & Henderson introduced in the early 1900s export of a decorated porcelain from Limoges. Did not carry out production or decorating activities.
Earthenware manufacturer, Union Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. No further information about the uprising and activities ...
Production: beakers, canteen ware, cups, floral fancies, hospital ware, jugs, plaques, teapots, vases, wall vases.
July 25, 1921 Bohemia, Karlsbader Keramische Werke GmbH was transformed into a joint stock company Bohemia, Keramische Werke AG.