Schaller Paper Mache
Ino Schaller Paper Mache Christmas Candy Containers
The Schaller family business started in 1894, with Carl Schaller. Carl Schaller started the Paper Mache Christmas creations business in his home in Neustadt by Coberg, Bavaria. Here he started his wonderful Christmas candy Containers molded from the first paper mache molds and hand painted by himself, each having their own unique touches. These paper mache candy containers open usually from a cap on the bottom and sometimes the cap can be found at the middle or top. In 1939, the Scaller Family creations started to be exported to the United States. And now today these Paper Mache Candy Containers by the Schaller Family can be yours for your family’s next occasion.
Generations have passed the Family business from Ino Schaller to his son Dieter Schaller and now to Thomas Schaller. Currently Dieter Schaller and his son Thomas Schaller have revived the traditional molds created buy Ino Schaller and have added new features and life to their reproductions. They have also developed more playful modern creations you can see in their recent collections.
Today you can find their most recent Ino Schaller Santa and more Christmas character reproductions made with the most integrity and finesse as they were as originals. Make the 100 year legacy of the Schaller Family Paper Mache Christmas Candy Containers part of your next Christmas Season and experience for yourself what has kept their reproduction Paper maches alive and well.
Ino Schaller Paper Mache
To carry on an age old tradition of paper mache Christmas decorations we have the Ino Schaller Paper Maches Collection. Ino Schaller paper Mache's are molded from the same molds first used over 100 years ago. They bring the same traditional Christmas sparkle today as they did long ago, but are also addorned with glitter and faux furs. Each papermache is hand painted with precision, making each peice a one of a kind. Collect the Ino Schaller Paper Mache Candy Containers this year for your Christmas Tradition!