Small 19th Century Antique French Ironstone Preserving Pots or Pots à Confiture
Hard to find small 19th century antique French ironstone preserving pots or pots à confiture, circa 1890s. These petite earthenware pots were once used to store marmalade, jams, and probably potted meat. Each pot is in good solid condition having a unique aged patina with some having small crazing of the glaze or maybe a small hairline crack or chip, which only add to their authenticity and charm. In shades of creamy white, each is glazed inside and out. They’re very versatile and are a great size to use for condiments and sauces when entertaining, fresh blooms, herbs, and small potted plants, or even a toothpick holder. Dimensions may vary slightly. Price is for each.
h - 2.75"
diameter - 2.5"
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