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French Confit Antique Pottery Pot A Confit

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About French Pottery

French pottery makers have often worked in organic ways. One of the most popular kinds of French pottery, Anduze French pottery, first emerged during the 1500s. This style was made simply. Artisans would create short bases with the help of a ceramic wheel and then adorn the final ceramics with all sorts of ornamentations, wreaths, and emblems. Finally, the Anduze pottery would get glazed and heated.During the 1500s and 1600s, Anduze ceramics were truly difficult to make, and only French aristocrats could afford to put them in their gardens. That said, in the wake of the French Revolution, some local merchants and other well-to-do families begin to earn enough money to afford luxuries like 'Vases d'Anduze.' Greenhouse owners and other horticulturists often bought up vases to protect their trees from harsh winter frosts.As the popularity of the Anduze vase grew, French ceramic designers from the south of the country began to take note. Artisans synthesized these new techniques with old methods of glassblowing and pottery making. In the Dieulefit region of France, where local artisans had been making exquisite handcrafted pieces since the time of the Romans, Anduze pottery was curiously received--almost as if it were another art form.In other words, French pottery has never been a monolithic institution. Many different schools, potters, and styles have combined to forge the French pottery style. Collectors of French pottery should study up on these classification systems. Since pre-19th century French pottery came individually manufactured, you won't find any identical French pottery pieces from this era.