Luise Spannring in Salzburg

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Stove tile at the Steingasse in Salzburg, Austria

This ceramic tile in the Steingasse is reminiscent of the ceramicist Luise Spannring (1894-1982). In Salzburg, she became known as the founder of a ceramic school. Her works are exhibited in numerous museums. In the Salzburg Museum, you can see ceramic nativity scenes from her. [German]

The ceramic tile is also reminiscent of the stove setter (Hafner) trade. The Hafner had their branches in the Steingasse next to the linen weavers and white tanners. For a long time, an elevation in the Steingasse was called Hafnerb├╝hel.

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