A beautiful 19th Century, salting pot from the Vendée region of Western France.
Originally used to preserve food, it has wonderful earthy tones and is signed with the original maker’s stamp.
The distinctive drips of glaze known as “mother-in-laws-tears” were created during the firing process, when one jar drips onto the other.
French, 19th Century
Material: Hand-Crafted Earthenware
Dimensions: H: 35cm / W: 36cm / Neck: 26cm