Hand made locally in Normandy, France, this ancient confit pot has survived intact. The texture of the pot, made from local clay, is fabulous. It's rustic charm will belend In seamlessly in any interior style.
Traditionally it would have been used to store produce for the winter, with the top sealed. The Normandy confit pots traditionally had handles to make them less likely to be dropped.
As well as displaying it for its own beauty, it could hold utensils in the kitchen or would be the perfect partner for flowers.
It measures 16cm approximately 7.5" tall and 12cm approximately 4.5" across the base