François Boch

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Jean-François Boch (* 1700 ; † 1754 ) was initially an iron caster and founded the porcelain manufacturer Jean-François Boch et Frères in Audun-le-Tiche (Deutsch-Oth) in Lorraine (now France ) in 1748 , which later became Villeroy & Boch Keramische Works were.


Boch was originally an iron caster and armorer by profession , whose tasks also included the casting of cannonballs.


Boch married Jeanne Françoise Barbe Pierre († 1746).

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