Porcelain coffee set for 6 persons
Artist/Maker: Ernst Bohne & Söhne
Artist/Maker Dates: 1848 - present
Place of Production: Germany
Date of Production: end of 19th century
Materials: gilding, porcelain, underglaze hand painting
Condition notes: Sugar bowl restored
Ernst Bohne Söhne was founded in Rudolstadt, Thuringia, in 1848 by
porcelain painter Ernst Bohne. The first kiln was built in 1850. When
Ernst Bohne died in 1856, his sons, Gustav, Karl, and David, ran the
factory now known as Ernst Bohne Söhne (sons). Sometime later, David's
children, Bernhard and Martha, took over. In 1919, the factory was sold
to the Heubach Brothers from Lichte. From 1919 until 1930, the company
ran as a branch of the Heubach Co. In 1930, the Rudolstadt branch was
brought to a standstill. In 1937, Albert Stahl, Fritz Hamel, and a Mr.
Liebman reopened the factory under the name of Albert Stahl & Co.
Vormals (formerly) Ernst Bohne Söhne, but no steins were produced there
from 1939 until 1990.
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