Villeroy & Boch’s iconic La Boule assortment has been enhanced with the addition of La Petite Boule.

Originally designed in the 1970s by Helen von Boch, the modular La Boule has been a firm favourite with consumers. Now, it is joined by its smaller counterpart, designed with aperitifs in mind.

Villeroy & Boch says La Petite Boule will transform the aperitif moment into an experience. The porcelain sphere comprises four small bowls and one plate, ideal for serving finger food, but once reassembled the piece works equally as well as a decorative item.

La Petite Boule is available in four decors: in matt black, shiny white, contrasting black & white and the colourful Memphis version. Like its larger counterpart, La Petite Boule won the prestigious Red Dot Award in the category “Product design” and is now on display for one year in the exhibition “Design on stage” at the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen, Germany.

Tableware International

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