SOLD - French Provincial 19th Century Pot à Confit Pottery Planter with Yellow Glaze

SOLD - A French Provincial pot à confit pottery from the 19th century with yellow glaze and two handles. Immerse yourself in the rustic charm and warmth of this French Provincial pot à confit from the 19th century, a piece that embodies the essence of traditional French country living. This exquisite pot is characterized by its rich, warm yellow glaze, which adorns only the upper section, creating a striking contrast with the natural terracotta hue of the lower part. The pot features two sturdy handles, facilitating ease of movement and adding to its practicality and aesthetic appeal. Originally used for preserving cooked meats, this pot à confit is now a sought-after decorative item, perfect for adding a touch of authentic French Provincial style to any home. Its vibrant yellow glaze, indicative of the period and region, infuses any space with color and history, making it an ideal centerpiece for a kitchen island, open shelving, or dining room table. Beyond its visual appeal, this pot can serve as a unique vessel for displaying dried flowers, kitchen utensils, or simply as a standalone piece of historical art. This 19th-century pot à confit not only celebrates the beauty of French craftsmanship but also offers a versatile and charming addition to contemporary homes, blending seamlessly with both modern and traditional decors.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 8.25"H x 7.5"W x9"D
Inventory Number: YY130J
Price: $250