Welcome to my shop. Great Items Great Prices. Ernst Bohne Shne 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 Shne (sons). Sometime later, David’s children, Bernhard and Martha, took over. 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 Shne, but no steins were produced there from 1939 until 1990. The figurine’s measures: 14 cm in height. The figurine appears perfect with no chips, cracks or crazing. It has been kept in a smoke free home. Every week my store is complemented by new articles. It will be packed to a standard to ensure as best as possible it’s safe arrival. Your continuing satisfaction is very important to me. Thank you for trust & confidence. The item “Antique Rare Ernst Bohne & Son Porcelain Group Figurine’Playing Boys’ 1854-1900″ is in sale since Wednesday, May 1, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Decorative Collectables\Sculptures & Figurines”. The seller is “m-antiques-m” and is located in Watton, Norfolk. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Type: Border Fine Arts
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany
- Boxed / Unboxed: Unboxed
- Collector Ornaments Options: Figurines
- Material: China/ Porcelain