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During the later years, took over the company and continued to use the same markings.
He also kept the product range and only made minor changes in decoration style; the further decorators employed increased the workforce to around 70 people.
Like coral, as its name denotes, it is partially pierced and has artistically “broken” rims.
Many of his other creations made of the finest porcelain take their inspiration from the organic forms of nature, for example votive candle holders in the shape of nest, a tulip or a butterfly as well as bowls resembling moon snails and tiny shell-shaped bowls.
Particular dexterity is demanded of craftsmen whose work focuses on such wafer-thin porcelain. Yet the magnificent result is well worth all the effort.The Art Nouveau era brought an abundance of new pieces which show the reason why Nymphenburg is known as one of the best makers out there.Wackerle also made some super pieces as did many others.Since around 1913 the very successful business had specialized on restaurantware and hotel porcelain as well as special sets for children; its very wide product range was exported worldwide.Only from around 1930 did the factory actually produce large numbers of items decorated in 'Strohblume' (strawflower) and 'Zwiebelmuster' (Blue Onion) styles.