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Large French Bugadier

VG10935

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In addition to the storage Jarres, the potteries of Biot are so well known for they also produced various household items including Bugadiers. Bugade in French means laundry and a Bugadier would have been used for storing and washing laundry.

They were usually built into the wall or floor of a laundry room and often broke as they were removed which is the reason these 18th-century versions are so rare.

This one was found in the garden of a large house near Marseille where it has been used for many years as a garden planter.

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