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Villeroy-and-Boch-51225301-Undermount-Basin

$ 370.76 $ 211.86 w/GST

590 x 390 x 202mm

  • 1-REQUIRED:

    Pop up waste

    These accessories are required to install the basin

    • 20 $
    • 10 $

    2-REQUIRED:

    Bottle Trap

    These accessories are required to install the basin

    • 25 $
    • 38 $
    • 2.8 $

    3-OPTIONAL:

    Required only if:

    1. Brass chrome bottle trap is used (PVC bottle traps do not require bend pipes)
    2. Piping is exposed

    *Bend pipes are necessary for exposed piping using BRASS CHROME bottle traps. It normally is a necessity for older HDB homes where the water pipes are exposed. 

    • 25 $
SKU: VB51225301 Category:

Description

– 1748 –

François Boch:
A better future with ceramics

In the village of Audun-le-Tiche in Lorraine, the trained foundryman François Boch decides to swap his trade – the manufacturing of bombs – for something rather more peaceful. As the “Bombardier du Roi,” he advanced to the post of mayor. But for his sons Pierre-Joseph, Dominique and Jean-François, he has a better future in mind than the tough, dangerous work in the steel works, and so the Bochs started to manufacture ceramics.

François Boch: A better future with ceramics

– 1890 –

Cologne Cathedral: Prestige and top quality

Villeroy & Boch is commissioned to design the flooring of the cathedral. The importance of this building cannot be overestimated. Following the bitter defeats against Napoleon’s armies, completion of construction work on the cathedral symbolizes the people’s desire for a unified Germany.

Over a period of five years, a floor mosaic -covering a total of 1,300 m2 and depicting the medieval view of the cosmos and the history of the archdiocese of Cologne – is designed, manufactured and laid.

Cologne Cathedral:  Prestige and top quality
Cologne Cathedral:  Prestige and top quality
 

– 1912 –

The Titanic: An unforgettable story

The RMS Titanic sets sail on 10 April on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York. The sinking of what was the largest ship in the world at the time has made it one of the most famous ships of all time.

Also on board: Mettlach tiles. Based on Roman floor tile mosaics, these were designed in the mid-19th century by Eugène Boch and have now risen to popularity in high society. No surprise then that these luxurious, high-quality tiles were at the feet of the aristocracy and wealthy nobility on board the famous Titanic.

The Titanic: An unforgettable story

– 1981 –

Good morning, Lady Diana!
Villeroy & Boch Our Values
 
 
 
 
 

Good morning, Lady Diana!

Lady Diana is just 19 years old when she marries  Prince Charles on  29 July, becoming the Princess of Wales. Breakfast will be served to the world-famous married couple on the yellow and green “Geranium” tableware collection from Villeroy & Boch  – in keeping with the young princess’s wishes and as requested on the gift list for her dream wedding.

 1987 –

Time for coffee with Queen Sirikit

Queen Sirikit of Thailand is visiting the UK. During a flying visit to London, she chooses to purchase a Villeroy & Boch dinner service. Of course she opts for one of the most beautiful collections – “Siena,” with its sumptuous marble décor.

Time for coffee with Queen Sirikit
Time for coffee with Queen Sirikit
 
 

– 1988 –

Baron de Rothschild: Inspiration for the finest tableware

Baron de Rothschild: 
Inspiration for the finest tableware

The Rothschilds are one of the richest families in the world and the owners of the renowned wine-growing estate Château Clarke. Baron Edmond de Rothschild, the owner of the estate, is a man of exceptional taste, as evidenced by his excellent red wines, but also by his creative ideas.

It was he who came up with the main idea for a special tableware design that depicts the world of wine in a natural way. This inspiration evolved into the Château Clarke set, a joint creation of Villeroy & Boch and Baron de Rothschild.

– 2007 –

Tableware fit for a Pope:  A tradition of Villeroy & Boch
Tableware fit for a Pope: A tradition of Villeroy & Boch
 
 
 
 
 

Tableware fit for a Pope: 
A tradition of Villeroy & Boch

Wendelin von Boch personally delivers a papal tableware set to Benedict XVI that has been specially designed to meet the exceptional standards associated with this high spiritual office.

The delivery of tableware to the Pope is a longstanding tradition at Villeroy & Boch. Special collections have already been designed for four Popes in the past, starting with Pius XII (1955), followed by John XXIII (1959), Paul VI (1964) and Pope John Paul II in 1980.

Additional information

Dimensions 600 × 400 × 150 cm

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