Large French Salting Pot


19th Century

  • £580.00
  • €686 Euro
  • $797 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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A large and striking, 19th century, salting pot from South-West France.

Originally used to preserve food, it has a beautiful rounded bottom, wonderful earthy tones and is signed with the original maker’s stamp.

The distinctive drips of glaze known as “mother-in-laws-tears” were created during the firing process, when one jar drips onto the other.

A beautiful statement piece for garden or home. Made from hand-crafted earthenware.


  • H: 55cm (21.65in)
  • W: 53cm (20.87in)
  • D: 53cm (20.87in)


19th Century

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Feraland is a landscape design company that creates and builds naturalistic gardens, with sustainable and reclaimed materials. As part of this passion we source and sell garden antiques for inside and outside the home.

Our pieces usually originate from some outdoor endeavour, often functional and agrarian in nature or part of the long relationship between gardens and artists. Our passion is man's relationship to nature and we look for clues to that story in the pieces we find.

Much of our stock is European and a large part of that from France, where they seem to have a particular flair for adding beauty into the simplest objects. We are based in the south of England, at the foot of the South Downs just outside Brighton.

We are a family operation; a husband and wife team running a simple, personal business that reflects our way of life and the art we love.

Jasmine and Peter McGarr

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