Cruffel Art Porcelain was a small Australian ceramics studio founded in Melbourne in 1934 by artist and potter William Merric Boyd (1888-1959). Boyd was a member of the Boyd family, a famous artistic dynasty in Australia. His brothers Arthur and David were also artists, and his sister Mary was a writer. Cruffel Art Porcelain was known for its high-quality porcelain tableware and decorative pieces. The studio's work was characterized by its simple, elegant shapes and its use of natural colors and glazes. Boyd often decorated his pieces with stylized floral and landscape motifs. Cruffel Art Porcelain operated for only a few years, closing in 1938. However, the studio's work is still highly sought-after by collectors today. In recent years, prices for Cruffel Art Porcelain have been steadily increasing.
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