Life at Kerjacob .

Life at Kerjacob .

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Two new jugs.

I went to vide greniers on Sunday, it was a wet start but luckily it brightened up later.
One of the things I found was this 19th century jug.
The lip on one side is a bit damaged but the form and colour of the glaze won my heart.
Later that afternoon all my jugs came off the window ledge and were given a good wash which makes their colours just glow.

The little tiny green jug with the lavender is a piece I bought in La Gacilly.
A young woman there makes studies of Medieval pottery, their forms and glazes.
I really love its little spout which is almost growing out of the pot through the petal shapes.


  1. I just adore these rustic jugs...They look fabulous with Autumn Zinnias in and rudbekias
    I know this is cheeky but do you ever come across smaller cushion sized pieces of charcoal ticking...I am so trying to find some?
    Hugs Lynn xxx

  2. The jugs are beautiful, I love rustic pottery.

    We have had rain since we returned to England, so your bag has still not been photographed. First good day and it's at the top of my to-do list!