Exceptionally Large Anduze Urn
A 19th century "Jarre d'Anduze" from France by Boisset. It is made from terracotta in an understated pale orange. It has traces of original glaze, and a clear maker's. Anduze, a small village in the foothills of the Cevennes ranges, grew famous for its clay pots, urns and jarres, a legacy of Medici design. Today, this little township close to Provence is known worldwide for its garden vases and orange and green planters, signature landscaping features of Versailles. This unusually large example would look superb planted up in a garden room or on a patio. We have two available should you be looking for a pair.
hairline cracks and losses
There are minor chips and losses not unexpected with a Jarre of this age particularly around the base as can be clearly seen in the photos. However, the item is structurally sound with no majors cracks. The loss of the glaze has taken place over time and again is consistent with age and use adding to the charm and authenticity of the product.
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