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.
Like something from an antique store, the Old Luxembourg Kitchen Strainer is adorned in sweet blue floral motifs reminiscent of old pottery. It is made from heavy gauge porcelain on stainless steel, and is finished with polished, cast stainless steel handles for easy portability. It's simply perfect for straining strawberries or blueberries that you just plucked from the orchard.
Paired with other Old Luxembourg pieces, this strainer goes down a real treat in retro kitchens.
Old Luxembourg Kitchen Strainer features:
- Designed in Germany.
- Made from enamel; heavy gauge porcelain on stainless steel.
- Polished, cast stainless steel handles and accents.
- Hand wash recommended.
Dimensions (excluding handles): 22.5cm x 13.5cm.
Dimensions (including handles): 28.5cm x 13.5cm.