A large and striking, 19th century, salting pot from South-West France.
Originally used to preserve food, it has a beautiful rounded bottom, 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.
A beautiful statement piece for garden or home.
French, 19th Century
Material: Hand-Crafted Earthenware
Dimensions: H: 55cm / W: 34cm (neck) / D: 53cm