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French Glazed Terracotta Green Pitcher from Biot Factory <p>A vintage terracotta pitcher with green glaze from the Biot factory in Southern France, circa 1950. Fired red terracotta clay with a round belly, ribbed neck and a little pour spout, single handle near the mouth. A thick green glaze covers the pitcher, pooling in some areas and creating interesting drip patterns in others. One round mark on the widest part of the body, and a clear BIOT mark at the bottom. Would make a great utensil holder or decorative piece.</p>

French Glazed Terracotta Green Pitcher from Biot Factory

$225

reference: E322
circa: 1950's
origin: South of France

height: 8"
width: 7"
depth: 6"

A vintage terracotta pitcher with green glaze from the Biot factory in Southern France, circa 1950. Fired red terracotta clay with a round belly, ribbed neck and a little pour spout, single handle near the mouth. A thick green glaze covers the pitcher, pooling in some areas and creating interesting drip patterns in others. One round mark on the widest part of the body, and a clear BIOT mark at the bottom. Would make a great utensil holder or decorative piece.

Condition: Very good vintage condition. A couple of shallow glaze chips at the rim and a tiny glaze chip at the bottom mark. One hairline at the top. Imperfections in the glaze original to the firing.

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