1748: in Audun-le-Tiche – a small village in Lorraine, France – a factory is
established for fine porcelain production, and Villeroy and Boch is
born at the hands of a Mister François Boch and his three sons.
Renowned for their fine quality, beautiful designs and exquisite
porcelain, Villeroy and Boch have thrived through the ages, taking
themselves from France to Luxembourg to master their skills. From the
advent of industrialisation to the modern German Innovation Awards,
their principles have not shifted – they set out to produce great
tableware, and they still do just that.
The Manoir collection is defined by bold lines and expressive reliefs;
it’s a pattern also applied to Villeroy & Boch’s Petit Fleur and
French Garden range, making the ranges suitably interchangeable.
Elegant and regal, Manoir in white porcelain is anything but boring,
with a provincial look and elegant silhouettes that recall French antiques. Sweet details such as
fruits and flowers atop sugar bowls and teapots, as well as fanciful interior borders, finish off the country
manor feel, and keep Manoir looking pretty and unique.
Manoir Entrée Plate features:
- Made in Germany.
- Made from premium porcelain.
- Glossy, glazed finish.
- Microwave and dishwasher safe.