Aerozon is a trade mark made up from 'air' and 'ozone'. It occurs on German smoking accessories, air cleaners as in perfume burners, night lamps, etc., for which many porcelain bodies were made, some of them in Japan (see picture).
The mark occurs between 1910-1933 by AEROZON-Fabrik, Georg und Berthold Sternberg, Berlin.
In 1933 Schwarz & Co, Berlin, seems to have been owner of the
for a few months, the extent of involvement has so far not been possible to determine precisely.
the company was
owned by August Bruumell.
Since 1940 the company is owned by Hermann Feese and later his son Artur Feese until today.
The company's name today is Feese Dekorative Leuchten.
Aerozon ceramics are in several styles like Satsuma, Kutani, etc.