Chateau de Septfontaines


chateau de septfontaines

The Chateau de Septfontaines has been associated over the years with Luxembourg's Villeroy & Boch porcelain factory, which closed in 2010.
The castle was built in 1783-1784 by Jean-Francois and Pierre-Joseph Boch, who had opened their nearby porcelain factory in 1767, when Luxembourg was part of the Austrian Netherlands. The brothers had chosen Rollingergrund for their factory, as it offered all that was needed: clay, water and wood for the ovens.
The rooms now testify to the success of the Boch brothers as porcelain of all shapes and sizes decorates the walls and the windows. Now available for business conferences and receptions, the building is still used by the management, partners and clients of Villeroy & Boch when they are in Luxembourg.

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Rollingergrund, Luxembourg
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18th century

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