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Porcelain museumThe guide was updated:
In the exhibition you can see the production from 1918-1968.
In 1942, the factory was purchased by Uppsala-Ekeby AB. In conjunction with the new employees, the share value was increased and the factory also got new and more artistic leaders. The factory's golden years were during the 1950s when they exported a lot of products, this had been done in the 1930s too, but because of the Second World War it was a break. As the standard of living and consumption increased during the 1950s, production on porcelain also increased, which also contributed to the golden age of porcelain.
Season open. It is possible to order private viewing through pre-booking by contacting the museum.