18th-century French pair of colorful hand-painted planters 7"

SKU: 17676

Dating from the eighteenth century, a beautiful pair of colorful glazed earthenware cachepot planters from a private collection in the south of France. Note their vibrant colors as shown in close-up photos and charming twisted handles. Likely from a faience in Rouen, Normandy.

After first placing a watertight lining inside, they could be used to each chill a bottle of wine or serve as lovely homes for potted plants. These would look superb with bulbs like tulips, amaryllis, or hyacinths.

Light wear.
Approx. overall 7" high x 7½" wide x 9" deep
Approx. overall 18cm high x 19cm wide x 23cm deep

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