Dating from the late nineteenth / early twentieth century, this 'Cocotte a canard' has two beaks and two handles. A lovely example of a French basting pan used to collect juices before re-distributing over the cooking meat. Made of earthenware and coated in a white glaze. A delightful piece to add to a collection of French pottery.
Approx. overall 2¼" high x 19" wide x 9¾" deep excluding handles. Add 9 cm to include handles.
Approx. overall 6cm high x 48cm wide x 25cm deep excluding handles. Add 9 cm to include handles.