Boehm Porcelain Ring Necked Pheasant Pair


Edward Marshall Boehm

American (Maryland)

b 1913 d 1969

“Ring Necked Pheasants; male female”

porcelain bisque with color glazes

Metropolitan Museum of New York 

 valued  $900.00-1600 for pair



“Boehm kept a large collection of exotic birds in extensive aviaries and tropical houses at his home in Trenton. These birds became some of the subjects and inspiration for his sculptures. Many of these species were successfully bred, approximately 12 were recognised as being for the first time in captivity anywhere in the world. For these breeding successes Edward Boehm received a number of commemorative medals and plaques.” wikipedia



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