A French Provincial pot à confit pottery from the 19th century with yellow glaze, two lateral handles and rustic patina. This 19th-century French Provincial pot à confit is a delightful embodiment of rustic charm and timeless elegance. The pot's warm yellow glaze, a characteristic of traditional French pottery, gives it a sunny, inviting appearance. This earthenware piece features two robust lateral handles, enhancing its practicality and aesthetic appeal.
In a modern home, this pot à confit could serve as a striking decorative item, either as a standalone piece on a kitchen island or as part of a curated collection on open shelving. Its vintage allure and sunny glaze make it a perfect candidate for adding a touch of Provencal charm to any interior. It could also be repurposed as a unique planter for herbs or flowers, bringing a touch of French countryside to an urban kitchen or patio. The pot's authentic rustic patina adds a layer of history and character, making it not just a piece of decor but a conversation starter with its own story.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 11.5"H x 11.75"D x 9.5"W
Inventory Number: YY130D