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Vintage Villeroy and Boch Ceramic Trivet Accapulco Design

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This is a vintage ceramic trivet. It has a metal structure with two handles. The tile has a Accapulco Design from famous Villeroy & Boch. This fabulous classic funky 1970's pattern of psychedelic birds flying through brightly coloured flowers and foliage is quite stunning.
On the back is stamped "Villeroy & Boch".
No crack, no repair, little chips on the rim (see picture #5) that can hardly be seen when the tile is in the metal structure.
A rare and highly collectible item for any fan of this design!

Tile 5.9" x 5.9" = 15 x 15cm
Metal structure 8.1" x 8.1" = 20.5 x 20.5cm

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Vintage Villeroy and Boch Ceramic Trivet Accapulco Design


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: ceramic, metal
  • Ships worldwide from Germany
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