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Saaruferstraße 1-3
(Verwaltungsgebäude von Villeroy & Boch - alte Abtei)

Villeroy & Boch Büsten

Villeroy & Boch Busts

artist unknown

Mettlach /  Villeroy & Boch Büsten   Mettlach /  Villeroy & Boch Büsten


The former Benedictine abbey is since 1809 in use as the main office of Villeroy & Boch. On the front facades of is a marble bust, and two more are on both sides of the underpass.

Metlach -
Above the gate:
Pierre-Joseph Boch, founded 1767 a stoneware factory in Septfontaines (Luxembourg), which became later Villeroy & Boch.
Metlach -
Left side of the underpass
Nicolas Villeroy (Metz 1759 - 1843), founded in 1836 with Jean-François Boch the firm of Villeroy & Boch (Wikipedia).
Metlach -
Right side of the underpass
Jean-François Boch (Septfontaines 1782 - Septfontaines 1858), son of Pierre-Joseph Boch; founded in 1836 with Nicolas Villeroy the firm of Villeroy & Boch (Wikipedia).


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Locatie (N 49°29'39" - E 6°35'37") (Satellite view: Google Maps)

Item Code: desl105; Photograph: 31 May 2019
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