Exceptional late-18th century Anduze urn 23¼"

SKU: 18730

Dating from the late-eighteenth century, this superb, timeworn Anduze urn has a very unusual silhouette with a more pronounced bell shape than traditionally made in Anduze. This shape and the rose garlands indicate that it was likely the work of a potter by the name of Collette - this potter had an atelier for a brief period of time and was known for rose garland decor and a vase in the 'badge' sadly missing from the pot today. This is a rare find and a statement piece traditionally found in classic French gardens.

Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 23¼" high x 18" diameter
Approx. overall 59cm high x 46cm diameter

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