All About Villeroy & Boch China
Brand: Villeroy & Boch Country HQ: Germany Year Founded: 1748
Company Status: Active Founded By: Francois Boch and Nicholas Villeroy
Makers of: China, Crystal, Ceramics
With a history spanning over 270 years, Villeroy and Boch exist as one of the longest-established European brands. The company officially began in 1748 when Jean François Boch decided to leave ironworking behind to start a new chapter. With his sons, Boch stood at the helm of a popular pottery business in Germany. It wasn’t until 1785 that another pottery business owned by Nicholas Villeroy came onto the scene, creating a competitive market. In 1809, Boch decided to purchase a Benedictine abbey to produce his china with advanced machinery. The two chose to merge in 1836 to become an even greater force in the market. From then on, the company was called Villeroy and Boch. It has reached over 125 countries with its ceramic tableware, flatware, bakeware, and more. Having survived both World Wars, made ceramics for the Pope, and provided bathtubs and toilets for many nations, it’s safe to say that Villeroy and Boch isn’t going anywhere. If you’re searching for Villeroy and Boch china replacements, we offer a large variety of their discontinued patterns.
From holiday china to patterns for everyday use, we stock a beautiful array of authentic Villeroy and Boch china that you’ll love. Select entire collections or single pieces in plates, salt and pepper shakers, platters, bowls, cups, creamers, and so much more. Whether you aim to showcase your china or put it to use, the quality and attention to detail in Villeroy and Boch china is undeniable. Because our inventory is constantly changing, our selection of this china varies. If you’re unable to find the specific pattern you need for Villeroy and Boch china replacements, you can check back with us in a few weeks to see if we’ve obtained it. Our team scours estate sales and auctions on a regular basis, so new pieces are added into our overall collection all the time. If you register your pattern with us, we’ll be able to notify you when we get it in so you don’t miss out.
If you have other questions about our selection of Villeroy and Boch discontinued patterns, please call us at (845) 357-0160 to speak with our knowledgeable sales staff.