Goebel Art Deco Pottery

Best known for its range of 'kitsch' 'Hummel' figures designed by Berthe Hummel, the Austrian pottery of William Goebel is still in business today. Goebel wares of the 1930's in the Art Deco style are very collectable today.

The extensive output of Hummel figures, each with its own distinctive shape name and standing between about 4.5 to 5 inches tall, was very popular in the 1950's and 60's. Names include (in alphabetical order);

  • A Fair Measure

  • Apple Tree Boy

  • Auf Wiedersehen

  • Be Patient

  • Birthday Seranade

  • Chicken Licken

  • Coffee Break

  • Coquettes

  • Doll Bath

  • Easter Time

  • Eventide

  • Feeding Time

  • Let's Sing

  • Letter to Santa

  • Little Bookkeeper

  • Little Fiddler

  • Little Hiker

  • Little Pharmacist

  • Little Tailor

  • Meditation

  • Playmates

  • Sensitive Hunter

  • Shepherd's Boy

  • Signs of Spring

  • Smiling Through

  • Soloist

  • Star Gazer

  • Strolling Along

  • The Photographer

  • Timid Little Sister

  • Valentine Joy

  • Wayside Harmony

  • We Congratulate

  • White Angel Holy Water Font