Earthenware Pot-Biot

Magnificent and much coveted gigantic antique pottery holder pre 1900s.

A unique piece of handmade ceramic craftmanship, made in the cozy southern French city of Biot, located between Nice and Cannes. The city of Biot has had a tradition of producing pottery jars and ceramics for centuries, which are characterized by their charming yellowish glaze inside and on the brim. This was to prevent insects from crawling up over the edge. The jars were typically used for olive oil and exported around the entire Mediterranean.

It would look great outside, in a garden or conservatory or in the home, as it will undoubtedly attract attention as an eye catching item, giving atmosphere and look beautiful indoors as a decorative object with its elegant appearance.

Since this item is currently exhibited in our other Copenhagen showroom, kindly arrange a viewing on (45) 3332 3246.

Measures: H 77 Dia 50 cm Item no.: 82_124718

Available online and in store Deliverable in 1-3 week days. Read more about shipping
Price26.000 DKK

Fil de Fer’s webshop offers you the following delivery options:

1. Fil de Fer delivery within Danmark
Fil de Fer deliver using their affiliated delivery company. Delivery is within Denmark, including the islands connected by bridge.
Regardless of quantity or size of the consignment: Price 200 DKK.
Free transport for purchases above the value of 2,000 DKK.

2. Fil de Fer delivery abroad
Fil de Fer are happy to contact you and assist in coordinating transport options which best suit your requirements. Payment for delivery of your order should be settled directly with the delivery company.

3. Collection from Fil de Fer boutique
You collect your purchase directly from our boutique. When the item is ready to be collected, Fil de Fer will contact you.

4. Transport is arranged by you
You are welcome to contact transport companies independently. The transport company can then contact Fil de Fer, who are happy to assist with collection coordination.

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