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Trenton, New Jersey's Boehm Porcelain Art Studio, Preeminent Maker of Fine Porcelain in America, Has Been Saved by a New American Owner-Investor
Date:5/4/2009

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Company History

In 1949 Edward Marshall Boehm, a naturalist-farmer with little or no training in porcelain art sculpture, opened a basement studio, BOEHM PORCELAIN, in Trenton, NJ and never looked back. In Boehm's first year, the Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired two Boehm sculptures. Vincent Andrus, then curator of the American Wing, described the Boehm porcelains as "equal to the finest English work." Collectors took notice and, by year's end, Boehm art works were represented by 11 museums, Buckingham Palace and the Vatican.

Edward Marshall Boehm died in 1969 but his wife, Helen Boehm, and business partner ran the company successfully, quickly securing endorsements from museum curators, connoisseurs of fine porcelain and public luminaries.

Early this year, unable to continue meeting the demanding requirements of this role, Ellen Boehm sold the company to Sharon Lee Parker, a loyal and trusted friend of the family. Ms. Parker shares Helen's passion for fine, painstakingly hand made, hand painted porcelain sculptures and is committed to carrying on the Boehm tradition of excellence. Today Boehm porcelains are on display in 130 museums and institutions throughout the world. The last nine American Presidents have commissioned Boehm works for gifts to visiting dignitaries.

Boehm presentations have been made to Pope Pius XII, John Paul I and, in June 1992, to Pope John Paul II. Boehm was accorded its highest honor on June 19, 1992 when a wing of the Vatican Museum in Rome, the Gregorian Etruscan Museum, was named in memory of Edward Marshall Boehm, the first time in its 500 year history that a part of the Vatican was named for an American, and a person not of royalty, the church or church family.

Currently Ms. Parker is truly excited by opportunities to keep E.M. BOEHM,
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