The 71st annual Toy Fair was held in Nuremberg Germany (Spielwarenmesse) from January 29th to February 2nd, 2020. And as usual, Kathe Kruse has space to show product available during the year. The last few years, the booth has been part of Hape, since their purchase in 2013. This year...
A new year brings the start of the product cycle as retailers make the trek to Nuremberg and New York to see and handle new items. For Käthe Kruse this always means the introduction of some new items and gives us a glimpse at which existing items will continue to be available throughout 2016.
International Toy Fair in Nuremberg Germany runs from January 28th through February 2nd this year and the travel plans have been in place for a few weeks. Enter the weatherman and a prediction for massive amounts of snow and a blizzard to consume the northeastern US. Flight cancelled, flight rescheduled through Charlotte NC, train cancelled, second flight cancelled. What to do?
The most common question we receive voices concern about where Käthe Kruse dolls are manufactured. Are they made in Germany? It's an important consideration when making purchases in today's global economy. Learn about where Käthe Kruse dolls are made and see some of the process and the experts who create them.
The International Toy Fair in Nuremberg Germany is wrapping up today. We were there and wanted to give you a taste of the show in this short video. See some of the new products and even demonstrations in booth of the tradition of doll making handcraft.
This entry was posted in News and tagged Europe, Nuremberg on February 4, 2014 by Randall Hertzler.