Dating from the late nineteenth-century or early twentieth, this superb water pitcher has yellow and green glaze over blue. There is one handle and a spout. Pitchers like these were used to fetch water from the village fountain for use at home. From south west France.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 8¼" high x 11" wide incl. spout and handle x 11" diameter externally
Approx. overall 21cm high x 28cm wide incl. spout and handle x 28cm diameter externally
See description of similar pitchers from Poteries d’Eaux, page 71.
Amouric, Henri, et al. Poteries d’eaux: Les Eaux de La Terre, Du Corps et Du Ciel: Exposition, Aubagne, Chapelle Des Pénitents Noirs, 16 Juin-16 Septembre 2007. Lucie Éd., 2008.