A wonderful example of a 19th century Biot jar. “Biot” is a style of pottery which dates back to the 16th century, named for the town where they originated, near Cannes in the south of France. “Jarres de Biot” (biot jars) are hand made from a mixture of red and grey clay. The jars are distinctive for their shape and their glaze usually around the opening. The jars were used to preserve olives or store flour. This is a particularly attractive biot jar, in lovely warm shades and has plenty of decorative uses both in the house and garden.
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