Nymolle is pronounced Neemurlla and means New Mill. Shortly before the second world war the Fuurstrom factory was set up in Denmark to produce domestic wares that had traditionally been imported. The impending war threatened supply from outside. The company produced inexpensive earthenware goods and fulfilled its purpose.
After the war production of more artistic lines started under the name Nymolle. Almost all the output from the firm for the first decade after the war was designed by Bjorn Wiinblad. Other designers were employed as Wiinblad became busier with a wide variety of design work including his work for Rosenthal and private commissions. Nymolle enjoyed a high degree of success during the 1960s however, in the mid-1970s the parent company went bankrupt and all its interests were sold except Nymolle. Nymolle struggled for a couple of years, and was then bought out by Bjorn Wiinblad
who ran the factory until 1993.