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The lacy developments of Heirlooms of Tomorrow
LeMasters William Bradley founded Heirlooms of Tomorrow in 1944 in Manhattan Beach, California. World War II was still raging, so production supplies were limited and public interest was low, making the founding of a ceramic company rather questionable. Bradley also chose to found his company in California when all other prominent ceramic companies in America were either on the east coast or in Ohio.