A superb collection of FOUR antique French confit pots from southwest France. They all have ocher glaze that runs over the unglazed bottom half. They date from the late nineteenth / early twentieth-century. These will add a touch of French country to any interior. Confit pots were used to store food under a layer of fat that sealed in the freshness.
NB: The pot pictured on the far right is unavailable.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Average measures approx. 9¾" high x 9¾" wide w/ handles x 8¼" diameter externally each
Average measures approx. 25cm high x 25cm wide w/ handles x 21cm diameter externally each