Handcrafted in Anduze, France, our bespoke Anduze vases will add timeless elegance to your home.
These vases are supplied to the Chateau of Versailles, including a display of 40 traditional urns with antica glazing in the gardens of the Triangular Room of the Grand Trianon.
Historically used to embellish aristocratic estates planted with citrus, they are evocative of the jardins of the South of France.
You may choose from four classic styles.
- The Traditional Anduze vase features four graceful floral garlands and two badges on either side.
- The Prestige vase features four graceful floral garlands, two badges, and two fleur de lyses.
- The Louis XVI vase features a pretty diamond shaped floral motif that runs around the face of the planter.
- The Gautier vase is a seventeenth-century style urn is based on craftsman Gautier's first design. It features the fleur de lys, lions head moldings and a long decorative garland.
You may also choose a water repellent treatment to be applied to the inside of the vase by our artisan. This helps preserve the exterior finish and also helps protect against the risks of frosy (Your local climate will be a big factor in determining if this risk is relevant to you). This option includes a plastic liner. Anduze urns were traditionally planted with citrus and therefore were brought inside the orangerie over winter. Therefore these pots must be brought inside over the winter months if temperatures drop below freezing.
You will also find examples of our pottery lining the streets of Nice, exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show and in private gardens of homes across France and the world.
No shortcuts are taken in the creation of these pieces and your pottery is typically made to order and shipped within 2-3 months. Popular pieces are frequently available for immediate shipping - to check availability of your preferred finish or size simply contact us.
Photos are a guide only – as these urns are artisan-made urns will vary slightly from the images.
Read more about these bespoke garden pots on this Blog post - The Anduze urn. Timeless elegance.