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Villeroy & Boch Tableware

European design style and sophistication combined with technical excellence and the highest quality standards are the hallmarks of the world renowned Villeroy & Boch. Offering a range of design concepts that reflect different lifestyles, 'French Garden' embodies a classic country style, one of today's most aspirational home décor looks; whilst the 'New Wave' collection expresses a chic, Metropolitan lifestyle with its simple white forms combined with innovative square, rectangular and elliptical shapes.

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Featured Patterns

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Pi Carre
Mariefleur

All Villeroy & Boch Patterns

Allegorie Premium
Althea Nova
Amazonia
Amazonia Anmut
Amazonia Gifts
American Bar
Anmut
Anmut Bloom
Anmut Flowers
Anmut Flowers Gifts
Anmut My Colour Forest Green
Anmut My Colour Ocean Blue
Anmut My Colour Orange Sunset
Anmut My Colour Red Cherry
Anmut My Colour Sky Blue
Anmut Platinum No 2
Anmut Platinum No.1
Anmut Universal
Ardmore Club
Artesano Hot Beverages
Artesano Original
Artesano Provencial Kitchen
Artesano Provencial Lavender
Artesano Provencial Verdure
Arthur
Arthur Brushed
Audun
Aureus
Basic
BBQ Passion
Bernadotte
Boston
Boston Coloured
Caffe Club - Berry
Caffe Club - Fiori
Caffe Club - Steam
Caffe Club - Vanilla
Caffe Club - White
Candelabra
Cellini
Cera
Charleston
Cities of the World
Colour Concept
Cottage
Cottage Kitchen
Delice
Design Naif
Design Naif Gifts
Dressed Up
Ella (partially gold plated)
Entrée
Essentials New Candles
Farmhouse Touch - Blueflowers
Farmhouse Touch - Glass
Floreana Blue
Floreana Green
Floreana Red
For Me
French Garden
French Garden Arles
French Garden Glassware
Grand Royal
Gray Pearl
Helium
Helium with flower ornament
Ivoire
Kid's Dining
Kiddy Bears
Kitchen Textiles
La Classica
La Classica Contura
La Classica nuova Accessories
La Divina
Lina
Little Gallery Candles
Little Gallery Hurricane Lamps
Little Gallery Mugs
Little Gallery Vases
Little Lights
Mademoiselle
Manoir
Mariefleur
Mariefleur Basic
Mariefleur Basic Baking Dishes
Mariefleur Charm
Mariefleur Gifts
Mariefleur Gris
Mariefleur Gris Basic Baking Dishes
Mariefleur Gris Gifts
Mariefleur Kitchen
Maxima
Miss Desiree
Modern Grace
Modern Grace Cutlery
Modern Grace Grey
My Garden Glass
Nek, Numa and Tiko Vases
New Cottage
New Cottage Basic
New Cottage Light Green
New Cottage Rose
New Cottage Special Serve Salad
NewWave
NewWave - Acapulco
NewWave - Caffe
NewWave Caffe - Amsterdam
NewWave Caffe - Cape Town
NewWave Caffe - London
NewWave Caffe - Moscow
NewWave Caffe - Shanghai
Notting Hill
Numa Mini
Octavie
Old Luxembourg
One
Oscar
Ovid
Pasta Passion
Petite Fleur
Petite Fleur - Charm & Breakfast
Petite Fleur Gifts
Pi Carre
Pieces of Jewellery
Piemont
Play! For Kids
Play! green garden
Play! red roses
Play! sunny day
Play! white pearl
Purismo
Quartett
Retro Accessories
Retro Country
Rose Cottage
S+ Blueberry
S+ Chili
S+ Kiwi
S+ Lila
S+ Petrol
S+ Rose
S+ Sun
S+ Taupe
Samarkand
Samarkand Aquamarin Gifts
Samarkand Mandarin
Samarkand Rubin
Scotch Whisky - Blended Scotch
Scotch Whisky - Carafes
Scotch Whisky - Single Malt
Sereno polished
Sereno XXL
SigNature
Signature Colour Accents
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Teddy
Texas
Twist Alea
Twist Alea - Vitrum
Twist White
Udine
Urban Nature
Verso
Victor
Vinobile
White Pearl
Wildrose
Wildrose Kitchen

Villeroy & Boch Tableware

Villeroy & Boch embodies European culture and has spanned many countries across central Europe, as the company expanded, as well as the change in borders over the centuries. The company began life in 1748 in the tiny village of Audun le Tiche, where Francois Boch set up a pottery company with his three sons. Expansion followed, with factories built in Luxembourg and then the purchase of the former Benedictine abbey in Mettlach on the river Saar, where the corporate headquarters for this prestigious company remains to this day.

During the 1820's production took a leap forward as Jean-Francois Boch, having trained at the Ecole de Sciences in Paris, developed an earthenware that looked and performed like porcelain, producing a more affordable tableware that facilitated considerable growth in markets across Europe and America. 1836 saw the joining of forces with its major competitor, to create the dynamic Villeroy & Boch.

By 1843 it had set up Cristallerie in Wadgassen, developing a glass and crystal collection, and thus developing the full range tabletop concept that has remained an integral element of the corporate strategy. Villeroy & Boch did not just stop there, additions to the product portfolio include tiles and sanitary ware. Being one of the first to make major advances in the making of such large and cumbersome items, they were soon being commissioned for water vessels and included those for Louis II the Bavarian 'Fairytale' Prince.

Villeroy & Boch was devastated by World War II, with many of its factories destroyed or annexed through the Soviet Union occupation and installation of communist governments in Eastern Europe. But by 1957 Villeroy & Boch managed to return to pre-war production levels, and remain a global leader in ceramic products. Investment in design and advertising through much of the later part of the twentieth century means that the House of Villeroy & Boch is recognized around the world for quality, authenticity and a truly inspired product collection.

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