French Confit Pot with Green and Yellow Glaze

(France, 19th Century)

French Confit Pot with Green and Yellow Glaze, France, C. mid 1800's

French confit pots were used in the preservation of duck confit before the existence of refrigeration. The pots were buried in sand in the cellar up to the glaze and filled with the freshly cooked confit of duck. The fat gelled at the neck thus preserving the duck. Most confit pots only have the yellow glaze. This particular one has the green glaze as well which is somewhat rare. They are very decorative and are often used to hold wooden spoons in kitchens. We have a large selection of confit pots to choose from.

DIAMETER: 9 in | HEIGHT: 11½ in

Origin France
Circamid 1800's
Period 19th Century
ConditionExcellent
ThemeCulinary

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