Large early 19th-century blown glass preserving jar - green 18. This superb Spanish preserving jar is from the island of Majorca and dates from the late eighteenth / early nineteenth-century. Originally used for preserving olives or anchovies.
Originally they were protected with hay and hand made wicker and stored in the cellar. Please be careful when cleaning as the underside can be sharp where the glass was cut during the blowing process. Faults and bubbles are part of the making process and reflect the light beautifully.
Overall 10¾" diameter x 18" high Approx. Overall 27cm diameter x 46cm high. Gift wrapping & card writing. The finest range, available online, direct from France.
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We also manage the import process on behalf of our clients. The item "Large early 19th-century blown glass preserving jar green 18" is in sale since Wednesday, August 11, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Jars".The seller is "chezpluie" and is located in Buisson. This item can be shipped worldwide.