Stobwassersche Manufaktur

group / German
lacquerer, lamp maker
Braunschweig 1763
Braunschweig 1863
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founded by Johann Heinrich Stobwasser; the other artists are reported to have worked for the Stobwassersche Manufaktur
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Period of activity
1763 - 1863
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  • Braunschweig 1763 - 1856
    the company was bought by employees A.W. Meyer and C. Wried in 1832 and continued under the name 'Stobwassersche Fabrik Meyer & Wried'; the Braunschweig factory was closed in 1856 because of diminishing sales
  • Berlijn 1772 - 1869
    founding of a second branch of the company in Berlin 1772, where especially lacquered lamps were produced; the lacquered-goods manufacture gradually ended during the 1860s
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produced luxury objects decorated with lacquered images (cutlery, boxes, trays, pitchers, lamps, tobacco boxes, pipes)
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Creation date: 2016-12-02; Last modified date: 2023-02-09


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