Only from around 1930 did the factory actually produce large numbers of items decorated in 'Strohblume' (strawflower) and 'Zwiebelmuster' (Blue Onion) styles.Until around 1937 the factory only employed around 250 workers and that number is a great example of how modern and well structured the factory was; in comparison other companies at the same time employed far more people and created less output per year.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.
Following the successful restart of operations, sons were very active and next to running the business in Tettau they also opened a decoration studio in the Thuringian town of Geiersthal where they next to other items mainly decorated goods made by the company.
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Nymphenburg’s most original contribution in this kind of ware was a Franz Anton Bustelli.