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Classical Indoor Watering Can - Sage

€66,90

This indoor metal cans is supplied with a removable brass rose, making it a versatile indoor can for watering small plants, pots and seedlings. Handcrafted from powder coated steel in our 100 year old classic shape. These cans are extremely practical for the home, conservatory or greenhouse... and what's more, look beautiful.   Product information:...

Classical Indoor Watering Can - Sage Indoor Watering Can Haws

Classical Indoor Watering Can - Sage

This indoor metal cans is supplied with a removable brass rose, making it a versatile indoor can for watering small plants, pots and seedlings.

Handcrafted from powder coated steel in our 100 year old classic shape.

These cans are extremely practical for the home, conservatory or greenhouse... and what's more, look beautiful. 

 Product information:

1 Litre Capacity

Lightweight - easy to carry

Supplied with a Baby Oval Fine Spray Rose

Measures L35cm x W11.5cm x H16cm 

Weight when full 1.3kg

Haws started manufacturing watering cans in Bringham in 1886. The unchanged design that made John Haws famous is still manufactured in the UK today. 

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