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French Earthenware Water Jar, Late 1800s  <p>A 19th century earthenware water jar from the Loire Region. The rustic cruche has a fine form, with a ribbed wide mouth and sloping neck, broad shoulders and a tapered base. Three stout handles at the shoulders for ease of pouring and a molded spout sits just below the neck. The deep brown glaze has quite a few bright spots of burnt orange and some areas of lighter drips and runs, adding lots of visual texture. Changes in the glaze has also created a lovely surface texture over its many years of use. It's wonderful as a decorative object, but could also be used for storage or as a planter.</p>

French Earthenware Water Jar, Late 1800s

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reference: Z85
circa: Late 1800s
origin: Loire

height: 13.5"
width: 13"
depth: 11.5"

A 19th century earthenware water jar from the Loire Region. The rustic cruche has a fine form, with a ribbed wide mouth and sloping neck, broad shoulders and a tapered base. Three stout handles at the shoulders for ease of pouring and a molded spout sits just below the neck. The deep brown glaze has quite a few bright spots of burnt orange and some areas of lighter drips and runs, adding lots of visual texture. Changes in the glaze has also created a lovely surface texture over its many years of use. It's wonderful as a decorative object, but could also be used for storage or as a planter.

Condition: Very good. Rustic. Glaze fading, appropriate age wear.

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