Villeroy & Boch (Luxembourg) 'Granada' Coffee Pot, with Lid
The company was founded in 1748, when François Boch and his three sons began manufacturing ceramic tableware and decorative art objects. In 1836, Jean-François Boch merged with the successful stoneware manufacturer Nicolas Villeroy (a once competitor) to form what we know today, Villeroy & Boch.
Fast forward to the 1960s/70s and the company is producing some of the now iconic patterns across a range of tableware pieces, created by then designer Christine Reuter. Such patterns include Acapulco (1967), Izmir (1973) and Viking to name a few.
You can read more about the history of Villeroy & Boch, here:
Model: Coffee Pot, with Lid
Dimensions: 17.5cm tall (not incl. knob) x 11.5cm diameter
Capacity: 1.3 litre (45 ounces)
Condition: Both pieces (body and lid) are in excellent vintage condition with no wear that we can see. There is a couple of spots on the internal rim with glaze missing, part of the manufacturing process and not a flaw.
Can be used as a coffee pot or a larger teapot.