These four pieces of Saint Uze pottery date from the late nineteenth / early twentieth-century. The pouring pitchers have beaks that are perpendicular to the handles and were used for heating water and coffee. The preserving pot is a lovely size and the flour pot probably had a lid originally but completes this charming collection. The iconic blue floral motifs are typical of pottery from Saint Uze. A lovely set to display in a kitchen with other blue and white ceramics.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Heights range from 4" to 8" Large pot diameter 8" externally
Heights range from 10cm to 20cm Large pot diameter 20cm externally
See similar example from the late nineteenth century in Terres de feu, de lumière, et de Songes, page 137.
Amouric, Henri, et al. Terres de Feu, de Lumière et de Songes ...: Dans Le Midi Français, Xe-XXE Siècles. Agglomération Pays d’Aubagne, 2010.