Antique Folk Art Pottery
Circa 20th Century.
Size 19cm high.
A great looking piece of antique pottery.
European in origin, with a Turkish/Ottoman influence.
This pot is lead-glazed earthenware and often gets mistaken for majolica, however in practice this slipware is decorated with a mix of oxides and painted on coloured glaze over a almond brown slip.
These ‘Bucket-pots’ were common in mainland Europe but only turn up in the South-West UK. The form is designed to carry liquid easily as with the metal or wooden equivalent.
Beautiful patina suitable in the home or garden.
Shipping costs for your region are:
Free pick up from our Pukekohe store.
North Island $20
South Island $26
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To view this product, visit our store at 103a Manukau Road, Pukekohe, Auckland. Open, Thursday to Saturday or by appointment, you can find more information here.