Teinfaltstraße 5-8, Vienna 1. & Gumpendorferstraße 96 / 99, Vienna IV, Austro-Hungarian Empire (now Austria)
Porzellan-Malerei en gros / Porcelain decorator in quantity
Zeithammel was born on March 16th, 1852 in Theresienstadt in Bohemia.
He was married on November 24, 1881 in Theresienstadt to Anna Strnad (died on December 14, 1883, only a few days after the birth of her daughter). He married again on February 24, 1889 in Vienna Gumpendorf to Eleonora Pleiner. He was first documented as working as a porcelain painter in April 1895 with two shops in Teinfaltstraße 5-8 in the 1st district and in Gumpendorferstraße 99 in the VI. District. From December 1895 he closed his business in the 1st district - see advertisement "Complete sale at half price in my city shop". In April 1896 he then sold the business inventory in the 1st district due to complete dissolution. In 1907 he was still listed as a porcelain painter at Gumpendorferstraße 99. He died on June 19, 1930 at Gumpendorferstraße 99.