With pottery production migrating to Asia in the latter part of the 20th century, Santa Barbara Ceramic Design (SBCD) was something of an anomaly--a homegrown studio producing unique decorative and functional ceramic art.
What does SBCD stand for?
SBCD stands for Santa Barbara Ceramic Design (est. 1976; California)
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We have 2 other meanings of SBCD in our Acronym Attic
- Southern Building Code Congress International, Inc.
- Standard Building Code Congress International (est. 1941)
- Southern Brazoria County Community Networking (Brazosport College; Lake Jackson, TX)
- State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education
- South Bay Cities Council of Governments (Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)
- Soldier & Biological Chemical Command (US Army)
- Single Byte Command Code Set
- Single-Byte Command Code Set Mapping
- South Bristol Church and Community Trust (UK)
- Special Branch Community Contact Unit (Tayside Police; Dundee, UK)
- School-Based Curriculum Development
- Simple Binary-Coded Decimal
- Small Business Computer Department (Washington)
- Southern Baptist Conference of the Deaf (Lancaster, PA)
- Santa Barbara Country Dance Society (Santa Barbara, CA)
- Scott Bradford Creative Enterprises
- Set-Based Concurrent Engineering
- Simultaneous Bilateral Extracapsular Cataract Extraction (ophthalmology)
- Single Base Chain Extension
- Society for Better Computing Ethics
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition to Nordstrom and Broadway, stores here include Stampa Barbara (505 Paseo Nuevo; 805/962-4077), with its inventory of 100,000 rubber stamps, and Santa Barbara Ceramic Design (715 Paseo Nuevo; 962-5989), an outlet shop filled with distinctive-looking ceramic clocks, mailboxes, address plaques, trivets, and other tile items.
Kimble's art has graced a number of licensed products from manufacturers such as Sakura, Lexington, Toland, Capel, Imperial Wallcoverings, Manual Woodworkers, Guildmaster and Santa Barbara Ceramic Design.