18th-century octagonal French jardinière w/ roses

SKU: 17671

A beautiful glazed earthenware jardinière/planter dating from the eighteenth century, France. Note the lovely octagonal shape and delightful use of colors and floral motifs including pink tulips and peony roses. The sculptural side handles feature a woman's face decorated in the same pink glaze. The planter rests on three pink-glazed feet. 

This piece was curated from a prominent home and personal collection of a passionate French antiques collector and floral/garden enthusiast in the south of France. This charming cachepot will make a statement filled with a floral arrangement on a table centerpiece or decorate your entry with cheery tulip bulbs to fill your home with the charm of France. Please note the small and solid vertical fissure as seen in photos on one of the widest sides which perhaps occurred during the glazing process.

Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 4" high x 12½" wide x 8" deep
Approx. overall 10cm high x 32cm wide x 20cm deep

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