1932: The son Carl Pott joined the company, and as brilliant flatware designer established the reputation that Pott enjoys today. In the course of half a century, he managed to create an epic flatware program that continues to be ahead of its time.
1950: Carl Pott received a large order from Deutsche Lufthansa in the 1950s. When this was allowed again by the Allies after the war, they decided on the initial equipment of the passenger machines for Pott flatware. This cooperation lasted for 13 years.
1963: The silver version of the cutlery Pott 84 was widely used in official circles: it was used in the Bonn Chancellery bungalow build between 1963 - 1966 as well as in the VIP canteen of the Federal Chancellery and in almost all German embassies.
1972: Pott 22 designed by Carl Pott 1955 was selected as the official equipment of the Olympic Village in Munich. With about 100,000 copies, it had an enormous circulation and became therefore, if only 17 years after its creation, a famous timeless classic.
1985: Hannspeter Pott carries on his father’s work, and supplements it with extravagant designs by young artists.
2006: The Seibel family – in their own right a successful and experienced producer of hand-crafted flatware – acquires the company. Since then the business has moved to the neighboring town of Mettmann.