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Tutorial illustrating the steps to ensure proper packing and unpacking technique for fine porcelain sculptures.
The porcelain Nativity Set available at TheBoehmShowroom.com We've introduced the Boehm Nativity Set in brilliant color which is fully hand painted, with the Kings being accented in 24 karat gold. This set is still offered in the original white bisque, which has been popular over three decades. These newly decorated pieces can be sold as a full set or [...]
The star of the show here is the Fondo Marino, which is simply “BOTTOM OF THE SEA” in Italian. This stunning sculpture was originally introduced in 1970 to a limited production of 50, but due to the expense and monumental task involved, production was cut to 25 in March of 1976. Anyone would marvel at this [...]
The Boehm Showroom continues the legacy of porcelain sculpture excellence established by Edward Marshall Boehm and Helen Boehm in 1950. Visit http://TheBoehmShowroom.comThe Boehm Showroom is located within the original walls of the Boehm Porcelain plant on Princess Diana Lane in Trenton, New Jersey. This facility has been producing fine porcelain sculptures on-site since 1950. The [...]
The Boehm Porcelain Company of Trenton, NJ has reopened as of August 15, 2016 and is under new management and ownership
PRESS RELEASEThe Boehm Porcelain Company of Trenton, NJ has reopened as of August 15, 2016 and is under new management and ownershipTrenton, NJ, October 12, 2016: In 2015, the Museum of American Porcelain Art in Cleveland, Ohio, purchased the assets of the Boehm Porcelain Company, giving "The Boehm Showroom, LLC" limited but exclusive use of [...]