A wonderful French confit pot, with drips of glaze down the side.
Confit pots were used in the South of France in the late 1800’s to preserve food. They were partially buried in the cold ground and glazed midway to protect the terracotta.
It has a very small hairline crack as shown on pictures, but otherwise it’s a particularly lovely one.
French, 19th Century
Material: Hand-Crafted Earthenware
Dimensions: H: 29cm / W: 27cm / D: 23cm