VIlleroy & Boch Dinnerware
History was made in Audun-le-Tiche in Lorraine, France in 1748 when Francois Boch and his three sons opened a new factory for the manufacturing of ceramic crockery. 18 years later, an additional factory was opened in Luxembourg. Crockery bearing the “Alt Luxemburg" emblem soon became popular around the world. In 1809, Boch acquired a former Benedictine abbey in Mettlach on the River Saar which yet today is the corporate headquarters of Villeroy & Boch. In the late 1790s, Nicolas Villeroy acquires an earthenware factory in Vaudrevange, and over the next two decades received numerous patents for new production processes. In 1836, Boch and Villeroy joined together their individual creative talent, entrepreneurial spirit, innovative power and production capacity to form Villeroy & Boch, which today, into the second half of their third century, stands for timeless elegance, innovative design and exceptional quality. Every product that leaves their factories is created to fulfill their aim to “Transform every meal into a special occasion.”
On this page, see Villeroy & Boch Althea Nova, Amazonia, Amazonia Anmut, Anmut, Anmut Bloom,
Anmut Flowers, Anmut My Colour Emerald Green, Anmut My Colour Forest Green, Anmut My Colour
Ocean Blue, Anmut My Colour and Orange Sunset Dinnerware Collections.