This exceptional earthenware cachepot dates from the nineteenth century, made by the Sarreguemines faience. It is glazed with beautiful navy blue and mustard tones. It has four faces and two handles, although when lifting, it is always recommended that the pot is lifted by at least two people from the bell, not the handles. From Eastern France.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 24½" high x 24" wide with handles x 21¾" diameter
Approx. overall 62cm high x 61cm wide with handles x 55cm diameter