Nymølle studio pottery and art pottery were made in Denmark from about 1946 until 1975. Before World War II, the company's name was Fuurstrøm. Almost all the the output from the pottery during the first decade after the war was designed by Bjørn Wiinblad (1918-2006). His tableware designs with line drawings in red, blue, or black are exemplary for Nymølle and his series of plates for the months of the year were very succesful in the 1960s. They have drawings of a young couple depicting the first twelve months of their relationship. In the mid-1970s the parent company went bankrupt and all interests were sold except for Nymølle. Finally, Wiinblad took over the Nymølle factory in 1976.

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