Jardinières, plantpots

Jardinière exists since Ancient Rome. The flowerpot holder is an outdoor container concealing a flowerpot, the jardinière is used indoors both as a flowerpot holder and a pot. The idea to put flowers indoors is a typical “a l’antique” decoration. It seems normal, then, to find jardinières during the Renaissance period. In the beginning they may have been bowls or flowerpots, and then they took the form of hollow decorated pieces of furniture, trimmed with a zinc tank in the late 18th century. The jardinière as a piece of furniture became widespread and more and more ornate. There also are jardinières called “a poser” (put down), in silver like Cardeillac’s or in other furniture materials like Matégot pieces in the 20th century. Many of them are made out of porcelain like those from Sèvres or Minton, as well as glass like those created by Maison Jansen. The Napoleon III style had a huge impact on this kind of objects with the abundance of windows and verandas. In the 20th century jardinières can also be hung

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