18th-century French vinegar jar painted corner pottery piece 11½"

SKU: 17667

Dating from around 1740, a beautiful French hand-painted and colorfully glazed earthenware corner pottery piece that likely once served as a vinegar jar and is now decorative without the lid and tap. Refer to the detailed photos to note the form and angular back indicating its use as a piece to decorate a corner. The urn features two large handles decorated with blue glaze. 
The central painting features a charming scene with a man in period clothing on bended knees playing with a brown dog who is up on his hind legs. Note at the center of the base there is a purple-painted fish with an open mouth to decorate the spout. A fantastic piece to add a touch of decorative French whimsy and artisan craft to your interiors.


Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 11½" high x 8¼" wide x 10¼" deep
Approx. overall 29cm high x 21cm wide x 26cm deep

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