Demijohn (or Dame Jeanne in French)
The legend tells that, driven out of her kingdom of Naples in 1347, Queen Jeanne came to take refuge in her County of Provence. On her way, she was surprised by a violent storm and found refuge at a glassblower between Grasse and Draguignan. A little troubled, the glassblower blew, blew, blew ... and realized a huge bottle slightly flattened. He wished to call it "Queen Jeanne" as a tribute to her guest, but the queen suggested to him to call it simply "Dame Jeanne".
A beautiful legend and a beautiful object that you can turn into a luminary (by sliding a light garland), use in vase or simply put on a piece of furniture or on the ground.
Several sizes, shapes and colors available.