A French fired clay and green glazed pottery heater from the 19th century with lid, large handle and petite holes at the top. This 19th-century French fired clay and green glazed pottery heater is a remarkable testament to both form and function. Its rustic character and timeless design make it a captivating piece of history that can still be appreciated today.
Crafted with precision, this heater boasts a lid that opens with ease. The large handle on top allows for straightforward handling and adds an element of classic charm. What sets this piece apart are the petite holes thoughtfully placed around the lid and on the lid itself.
The upper part of this heater is gracefully glazed in a soothing green hue, providing a pleasing contrast to the unglazed lower section. This juxtaposition of textures and finishes adds depth to its aesthetic, making it an eye-catching addition to any space.
As for how to use this piece in your home, the possibilities are as diverse as your imagination. Place it in your garden or on a patio. In a living room, kitchen or den, it can be a conversation starter. Its vintage allure and earthy tones make it a versatile decor piece, blending seamlessly with various design styles from traditional to eclectic.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 9.5" Diameter x 9.25"H
Inventory Number: XX405D