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However, better research revealed that they were a major company that did some of the best work of the 1960s and 70s.
Be aware that many Marei items are still incorrectly attributed to Roth (and that company is a much smaller factor than once believed).
They also produced their share of tourist and kitsch items during their art pottery years.
The name comes from Ja (Jakob), S (Schwaderlapp), and Ba (Baumbach). Kiechle: Kiechle items include extensive hand work and are among the highest quality in this "engobe" style.
However, they also produced a huge amount of kitsch, tourist ware and designs of questionable aesthetic value. Carstens: The Carstens Tönnieshof factory started in the 1950s and focused on a high quality product.
Operation of the company was taken over by Otto Gerharz Jr., and the company remains in business.
Most works are hand made and feature some of the earliest volcanic glazes for the era.
See our Gramann for Sale Jasba: (1926-current) Started by Jakob Schwaderlapp and located in Baumbach.
Well-known early decors include Cortina and Jaspatina, but the company produced a wide variety of styles, especially in the 60s.
Economics forced them to stop significant art pottery production in the early 70s and survive on more utilitarian items.
The East, West German pottery era was unlike anything seen before or since, switching from the literal explosions of World War II to the explosion of creativity compensating for decades of artistic repression and responding to anger and despair with color and whimsy. At Gin-For's Odditiques, we specialize in above average, harder to find East and West German pottery from companies such as Bay Keramik, Carstens, Ceramano, Dümler & Breiden, ES Keramik, Fohr, Gramann Römhild, Marzi & Remy, Otto Keramik, Ruscha, Scheurich, Silberdistel, Ü-Keramik and many others.