A large French Provincial Biot pottery jar from the 19th century with yellow glazed dripping and great rustic character. Elevate your garden or interior space with this French Provincial Biot pottery jar from the 19th century. With its yellow glazed dripping and rustic charm, this large jar is sure to make a statement.
The jar features a circular mouth with a curling lip, adding a touch of elegance to its generous rounded lines. The neck of the jar is adorned with a beautiful yellow glaze that creates a mesmerizing dripping effect, adding a dynamic and artistic touch to the piece. The glaze flows gracefully down the neck, creating a visually striking contrast against the unglazed body of the jar.
This Biot pottery jar has a versatile purpose and would make a perfect planter for your favorite plants or flowers. Its size allows for ample space to accommodate a variety of plants, while the petite evacuation hole at the bottom ensures proper drainage. The jar's unglazed body adds to its rustic appeal, giving it a weathered appearance that adds character and charm.
Crafted with great attention to detail, this 19th-century Biot pottery jar showcases the artistry and craftsmanship of its time. Its unique yellow glaze and rustic aesthetic make it a truly distinctive piece that will enhance any garden, patio, or interior space.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 16" Diameter x 23.75"H
Inventory Number: YY20