Description: These two earthenware, entirely composed of terracotta, were made in the 19th century in France in the Poitou-Charentes region, they were used for the preservation of certain foods.
With their unique patina, they are placed in real decorative piece, both indoors and outdoors.
Condition: This product is in good vintage condition.
Restauration: This product has not been restored.
Earthenware jar n°1
Hight: 54 cm
Diameter: 56 cm
Earthenware jar n°2
Hight: 52 cm
Diameter: 40 cm
Sculpture in black patinated metal by Kely, Burkinabe contemporary artist.
Pastel on canvas realised by the artist Vladimir Stand. Graduated by the Sofia academy of Art in 1975, Vladimir Stan Bulgarian painter live and work in Paris 14th.