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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 amazing sculpture and all the intricacies going on within it.
The Boehm Showroom will also be featuring other porcelain sculptures by makers such as Lladro, Herend, Dorothy Doughty, Connoisseur of Malvern and Cybis, to name a few. Check with our web site frequently, as we will be adding new and retired Boehm Porcelain sculptures, along with other fine porcelain sculptures of art.