Oberbetschdorf, (absorbed into Betschdorf in 1971), Elsaß-Lothringen, German Empire (now Alsace, France).
Kunst-Töpferei / Art Pottery.
The business was founded sometime in the late 19th Century and operated until 1922, at which point they joined the co-operative "Poteries reunies des Betschdorf" which traded from 1922 - 1969. Hubert Krumeich-Remmy, as the name implies, was decended from the Krumeich and Remmy families. We know about the Krumeich's, who ran a pottery from the eighteenth century and whose family begat Jean-Baptiste Stahl. The Remmy's have been involved in the pottery business since 1568. Jacques Jacob Remy (b.1568) was originally a Calvinist from the Ardenne region of France, and settled in the area around Höhr in 1586. Calvinists / Protestants were not always necessarily welcome in Catholic Höhr. Having arrived from Höhr in 1820, the current Remmy is the thirteenth generation working as a potter in Betschdorf. Descendants of both the Krumeich & Remmy families still operate potteries in Betschdorf today.
Reference: The Heart of Alsace Wikipedia Genealogy Elsaß Betchdorf