Rare Jar Of Pyrenean Shepherd's Rennet. Folk Art, Collections
Rare shepherd's rake jar taken from a meadow in the Haute-Ariège, carved in a block of wild cherry tree with the particularity of resembling the famous (lérou) large local milk jug, but in a much smaller size considering the material well more valuable than it contained and which was the rennet to make the cheese, all in a very good state of conservation. Not to be confused with the rennet mortar (tusset det coou) which was used to pound the belly of lamb or kid.
Remarkable collector's item and a wink of the shepherd for this pure wood product of Ariègeois folk art. Pyrenean work of the late 19th.
Width at the foot: 8,8 cm. Width at the neck: about 6 cm. The item "Rare Pyrenean shepherd's pot\The seller is "a day-maxime" and is located in / at your home soon. This item can be shipped to the following countries: America, Europe, Asia, Australia.
- type: folk art object
- style: 19 / 20th
- subtype: shepherd, ariége, milk, cheese.
- unit quantity: 1
- material: monoxilic wood.
- origin: france
- authenticity: original