In 1958, Marcel Siebens and his wife start a wholesale/import business in luxury confectionery. The program includes French biscuits for children and ginger bread, Swiss chocolates, Belgium liqueur pralines; French bonbons and sugar almonds. Soon the scale is extended with “recipients” for these articles, as porcelain small dishes and boxes. After a while, the assortment of porcelain becomes the principal business good. In 1972, the sweet confectionery is abandoned.