Struwwelpeter Plate 'Struwwelpeter' Shock-Headed Peter
Shock-Headed Peter "Struwwelpeter - Plate
"Size:1" tall.7-3/4" round.
Struwwelpeter describes a boy who does not groom himself properly and is consequently unpopular.Der Struwwelpeter (1845)is a popular German children's book by Heinrich Hoffmann.It comprises ten illustrated and rhymed stories, mostly about children.
Each has a clear moral that demonstrates the disastrous consequences of misbehavior in an exaggerated way.
The title of the first story provides the title of the whole book. Literally translated, Struwwel-Peter means Shaggy-Peter.Marked with the Mainz wheel, Höchst Porcelain has been manufactured for more than 260 years. Founded in 1746 with a manufacturer's privilege grant from the Archbishop and Crown Prince of Mainz, Johann Friedrich Carl von Ostein, Höchst Porcelain is the second oldest porcelain manufactory in Germany. Our consistent advancement of contemporary porcelain art has lead to the exceptional beauty and value of Höchst porcelain. Connoisseurs world-wide consider Höchst Porcelain among the crowning achievements in European porcelain art.Höchst Porcelain Museum.The Höchst porcelain manufacturer was founded in Germany - Höchst am Main in 1746 under the rule of the Prince-elector of Mainz.“Höchst Porcelain from 1746 to 1796” presents the porcelain of the Porcelain Museum (Porzellan-Museum) in the Kronberger Haus, a branch of the Frankfurt Historical Museum.Here, more than 1,000 pieces such as figurines, dishes and elaborate vases document the history of Germany’s second-oldest porcelain manufacturer from every creative period." Shock-Headed Peter "