19th-Century French Confit Pots
A vast collection of nineteenth-century French confit pots. The part-glazed earthenware pots display a spectrum of yellow ochre and green colouring. Originating from the South of France, confit pots were originally used to preserve food – particularly duck.
Sold in sets of three (one large, one medium and one small), as per photographs.
The set of three medium pots is £500.
The set of three small pots is £420.
Aproximate heights: 31cm / 22cm / 20cm
Aproximate diameters: 26cm / 19cm / 17cm