Exhibit highlights life in Germany

“Knight and Maiden” by Villeroy and Boch is featured at the American Museum of Ceramic Art’s “A Traveler’s Guide to Mettlach: Villeroy and Boch” exhibition in the Robert and Colette Wilson Gallery. This piece is an ewer-shaped vase with etchings. / photo by Amanda Torres
“Knight and Maiden” by Villeroy and Boch is featured at the American Museum of Ceramic Art’s “A Traveler’s Guide to Mettlach: Villeroy and Boch” exhibition in the Robert and Colette Wilson Gallery. This piece is an ewer-shaped vase with etchings. / photo by Amanda Torres
The piece “Guardian Angel” is part of the exhibition “A Traveler’s Guide to Mettlach: Villeroy and Boch” at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, which runs through June 30, 2025. The pottery production company Villeroy and Boch produced decorative tiles and vases in Germany in the late 19th century. / photo by Amanda Torres
The piece “Guardian Angel” is part of the exhibition “A Traveler’s Guide to Mettlach: Villeroy and Boch” at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, which runs through June 30, 2025. The pottery production company Villeroy and Boch produced decorative tiles and vases in Germany in the late 19th century. / photo by Amanda Torres

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The exhibition, “A Traveler’s Guide to Mettlach: Villeroy and Boch,”  is on display at the American Museum of Ceramic Art through June 30, 2025,  in the Robert and Colette Wilson Gallery.