Set of 4 Antique French cooking pots 6¼"

SKU: 16539

A lovely set of antique French terracotta cooking pots with single handles from the nineteenth century, southwest France. Each features a distinctive and timeworn patina with partial yellow glazing. Most likely originates from Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie, a village in Provence renowned for pottery. Would make a charming display grouped together in the kitchen, giving a touch of French-country style.
To complete the look, imagine these pots being used to cook a stew in the 1800s, nestled inside the cooking brackets of a dog iron designed for cooking by the fire, as found in our chimney and fireplace accessories collection here.
See similar examples on pages 114-123 of Terres de Feu. 
Amouric, Henri, et al. Terres de Feu, de Lumière et de Songes ...: Dans Le Midi Français, Xe-XXE Siècles. Agglomération Pays d’Aubagne, 2010.


Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Average approx. overall 6¼" high x 8" wide w/ handle 4¼" deep excluding handle
(16 cm high x 20 cm wide w/ handle 11 cm deep excluding handle)

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