Export quota increases to 50%. Bauscher's clients include renowned restaurants such as "Auerbachs Keller" in Leipzig or the "Waldorf Astoria" in New York. Bauscher owns several raw material facilities, combined to form the "Keramische Rohstoffwerke". A workforce of 1,278 produces 3,561 cubic metres of porcelain in the company's kilns. 

The Strupp Group breaks up and Porzellanfabrik Weiden Gebr. Bauscher becomes part of Lorenz Hutschenreuther AG, Selb. Since 1910, the production area has increased by 20,000 m² to 45,000 m². 

Bauscher obtains German imperial patents for non-drip spouts, lid holders and stackable cups. In addition, the company has registered more than 30 designs. 

Exports to the USA constitute a significant proportion of all Bauscher sales; every week a waggon loaded with porcelain tableware leaves the Weiden factory bound for the US market. Bauscher dominates the restaurant scene with 98% of all hotel tableware imports to the USA (including 40 hotels in Chicago and New York and the country's 8 largest railroad companies including Pullman and Santa Fe).