SOLD - 19th Century French Provincial Yellow Glazed, Double Handles Pot à Confit

SOLD - A French Provincial pottery pot à confit from the 19th century with yellow glaze, double handles and rustic character. This French Provincial pot à confit, hailing from the 19th century, is a splendid example of traditional pottery with its vibrant yellow glaze adorning the upper section, eloquently showcasing the signs of aging that add character to its appearance. The lower section remains unglazed, presenting a rustic contrast to the vividly glazed upper part, indicative of its utilitarian origins. Equipped with double handles for ease of handling, this pot à confit embodies the charm of French country living. In a contemporary home, this piece could serve a myriad of decorative purposes. Positioned as a centerpiece on a kitchen island or dining table, it could hold fresh flowers, bringing a burst of color and a touch of rustic elegance to the space. Alternatively, placed on a mantelpiece or open shelving, it could act as a standalone decorative item, its aged glaze and classic form drawing the eye and sparking conversation about its history and origin. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, this pot à confit offers a tangible connection to the past, making it a cherished heirloom piece for those who appreciate the beauty and craftsmanship of antique French pottery. Its presence in any room enhances the decor with a story of culinary tradition and timeless style.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 8"H x 8.75"D x 7.5"W
Inventory Number: YY130K
Price: $250