Dating from the 1900s, an iconic blue terracotta confit pot with white-glazed interior from the coastal region of Agde or Sète, France. There are two petit handles and no hole in the base. Often seen gracing the pages of the classic French magazine "Coté Sud", this pot would make a lovely French accent to your home as a flower vase, kitchen utensil holder, or transformed into a lamp.
Note minor chip on rim.
Learn more on our blog post about Antique French confit pots here.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 9¾" high x 10¼" wide x 9½" deep
Approx. overall 25cm high x 26cm wide x 24cm deep