This antique giara (large urn) is at least 100 years old and comes from Puglia in Southern Italy. These urns (giare is the plural!) were made by hand on a potter’s wheel and were used to store wine. A plate was cemented over the top to ensure that the wine did not sour. After all of the wine was drawn from the spigot, the cemented plate was broken off and the giara was reused.

This particular giara measures 44” tall with a corked spout and a crack at the rim. Please see gallery photos for detailed pictures.

The price listed includes curbside shipping to anywhere within the continental United States! Local pick-up is also available – please let us know if you’re interested.