A rustic French Provincial pot à confit from the 19th century with yellow glaze and double handles. Immerse yourself in the charm of rural France with this rustic French Provincial pot à confit from the 19th century, a piece that beautifully marries the simplicity of country life with the warmth of traditional craftsmanship. This pot, with its yellow glaze in the upper section and robust double handles, is a testament to the timeless beauty and functionality of provincial pottery.
The pot features a vibrant yellow glaze on its upper section, a hue that radiates warmth and joy, reminiscent of the sunlit fields of the French countryside. This striking color transitions to an unglazed lower part, showcasing the pot's natural texture and earthy tones, adding an authentic, rustic character to the piece. The nicely weathered appearance tells a story of its past life and use, making it a captivating and unique addition to any collection.
In a contemporary home, this pot à confit serves as a versatile and charming decor piece. It can be used in the kitchen to hold utensils, as a unique planter for herbs or flowers, or as a standalone decorative item in a living area or entryway, adding character and a story to your decor. The pot's blend of functionality and aesthetic appeal makes it an ideal choice for anyone looking to infuse their space with the charm and warmth of French Provincial style.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 9"W x 7.5"D x 8.25"H
Inventory Number: YY130I