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Antique French Confit pot | Hodge

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Antique French Confit pot | Hodge

These wonderfully decorative jars or clay pots originate in France.

They date from the early 1800’s right through to the late 1800s.  Used to store Confit Du Canard they would have originally had lid or stopper which is not present in the current time.

These highly collectable jars characteristically have the classic green coloured pottery and glaze.

The jars came from several regions in France.

The pots are typically cracked and repaired with very damaged glaze this is completely normal.  Occasionally they may have just one handle or no handles at all. Hodge has only one full handle, and one partially broken handle.

Due to their robust nature, they have survived the passage of time in kitchens, gardens and barns all over France.  They are often found as abandoned garden decorations regionally.

Perfect empty as a sculptural item or as pictures with dried lavender, cow parsley or poppies.  The vessel is not waterproof and if using for fresh flowers you would need to insert a waterproof liner

Please expect, cracks to glaze, repaired cracks, chips, damage to glaze, damage to the body of pot tin the lip, missing handle(s) base and glaze.  Their beauty in their imperfect nature.

Dimensions of Antique French Confit pot | Hodge

Height 34cm

Width 37cm

Opening 22cm

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