1910: Karl Springer, 23 years old, establishes the company in Burk. He is mainly producing natural-quill-brushes for porcelain-painting and small quantities of watercolour-brushes.
1930: The company moves from Burk to Wieseth.
1960: Willi Springer, the son of Karl Springer takes over the company.
1978: Norbert Springer, the son of Willi Springer takes over and the company moves in a new building - the production is growing.
1980: By a traffic-accident Norbert Springer dies - his wife Frieda Springer is asked to take over responsibility.
1981: Springer Pinsel GmbH is founded from Frieda Springer and Walter Beck. The assortment expands from school brushes up to artist-brushes.
1985: First presentation of Springer Pinsel at the International Toy Fair in Nürnberg. The
artist-brush with triangular-handle is introduced to customers.
The new design and high quality of the brushes guarantees the success. The export is growing.
1988: Springer Pinsel moves into the new building in Bechhofen-Königshofen.
Since it is possible, to produce the whole range of brushes for school, hobby and artists in new premises, "Springer Pinsel" is well exported in more than 40 countries world-wide.
Production is still a handicraft - administration and logistic is well computerised.
2000: Springer Pinsel is celebrating its 90th birthday.
2002: Official presentation of the ELEGANZA-collection and the new EURO-catalogue.
2010: 100 years Springer Pinsel. We celebrate our company anniversary.