A French pottery water jug from the 19th century with yellow glaze and three handles. Enhance your collection of French pottery with this charming 19th-century water jug. Hand crafted, this piece showcases a beautiful yellow glaze that adds a touch of vibrancy and charm to any setting.
The jug features a generous rounded body with a narrow mouth, allowing for easy pouring and serving. Its unique design is complemented by the presence of three handles, including a back handle and two handles on the sides. These handles not only provide functional support but also add an intriguing visual element to the overall composition.
While most of the body remains unglazed, the top of the jug is adorned with a smooth and warm yellow glaze. This glaze creates a delightful contrast against the natural clay color of the pottery. Additionally, the back of the jug showcases a captivating yellow dripping, adding a touch of artistic flair and individuality.
The combination of the yellow glaze and the unglazed portions of the body creates an interesting visual texture, adding depth and character to the piece. The weathered appearance further adds to its charm, giving it a sense of history and authenticity.
Whether displayed as a standalone decorative accent or used as a functional vessel, this French pottery water jug is a true testament to the craftsmanship and artistic heritage of the 19th century. Its unique design, vibrant yellow glaze, and multiple handles make it a standout piece that will surely captivate the attention of admirers and collectors alike.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 10"Diameter x 14.5"H
Inventory Number: XX455I