A French Provincial pottery jug from the 19th century with green glaze, dripping and lateral handles flanking the central spout. This captivating French Provincial pottery jug, crafted with meticulous care in the 19th century, is a splendid embodiment of rustic elegance and timeless design. The jug is adorned with a rich, green glaze that adorns the upper section and gracefully drips down its robust form, creating a delightful play of color and texture that adds depth and character to the piece.
The jug features lateral handles, elegantly flanking the central spout, and providing a balanced and harmonious aesthetic. The handles, with their graceful curves, offer a comfortable grip, making the jug as functional as it is beautiful. The central spout, with its small proportions, allows for easy pouring and adds to the overall utility of the jug.
This French Provincial pottery jug would make a stunning addition to any home, serving as a charming and functional piece of decor. It could be used as a vase, filled with a fresh flower to bring a touch of nature indoors, or as a standalone decorative piece, displayed on a shelf or tabletop to add a touch of rustic charm to any room.
With its rich history and timeless design, this jug is sure to be a conversation starter and a cherished addition to any collection of antique pottery. Its green glaze and dripping effect make it a unique and eye-catching piece, while its lateral handles and central spout showcase the jug's practicality and attention to detail.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 5.25"W x 5.75"H x 5.5"D
Inventory Number: XX405B