Yellow and green glazed terracotta confit jar, SW France, 19th century - Kate Thurlow | Tony Bunzl

Yellow and green glazed terracotta confit jar, SW France, 19th century

£150.00






A small confit jar of tapered urn form, the body with two lug handles, the interior glazed pale yellow, the exterior typically half glazed deep yellow over white slip with unusually a green splash on one side, the foot unglazed.  South West France, second half 19th century.

Condition: Cracks, chips and losses but still watertight.

These jars were used to store various cooked confit meats (mainly goose and duck).  It is pictured with a group of similar jars also individually on the website.

HEIGHT:

9 1/2 in. (24 cm)

WIDTH ACROSS HANDLES:

10 in. (26 cm)

  

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