Clarice Cliff “Official Price Guide to Collectibles” by Harry L Rinker Clarice Cliff (1899–1972) joined A. J. Wilkinson’s Royal Staffordshire Pottery at Burslem, England, in the early 1910s. In 1930 she became the company’s art director. Cliff is one of England’s foremost 20th-century ceramic designers. Her influence covered a broad range of shapes, forms, and […]
Boehm Porcelain “Official Price Guide to Collectibles” Harry L. Rinker Edward and Helen Boehm founded The Boehm Studio in 1950. It quickly became famous for its superb hand-painted, highly detailed sculptures of animals, birds, and flowers. Boehm also licensed his artwork to manufacturers of collector plates. Boehm porcelains are included in the collections of over […]
Royal China “Official Price Guide to Collectibles” Harry L. Rinker The Royal China Company, located in Sebring, Ohio, utilized remodeled facilities that originally housed the Oliver China Company and later the E. H. Sebring Company. Royal China began operations in 1934.