National Geographic : 1922 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE EVERY TIME AN AMERICAN KIDDIE WRECKS AN IMPORTED TOY IT MEANS MORE TRADE FOR THE TOY-MAKERS OF NUREMBERG" This picture is not an interior view of a taxidermist's shop nor a miniature Noah's ark; it is simply a toy shop in full blast. DECORATING CHINAWARE BY HAND Every time a waiter in Denver drops a plate it means business for a potter in Dresden, or did before the war. For years our big hotels depended largely on the pottery-makers of Saxony. In recent years, however, what from war, fuel shortage, strikes, and other troubles, the exports of chinaware and glass from Germany to the United States have been very small.