Brass and copper watering hogs - mini

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Buy Brass and copper watering hogs - mini: Proportioned for smaller plants, these dainty ergonomic little watering hogs take up very little space and can be left out on display next to your indoor pots.<br><br>Made from smooth brushed brass or copper with soft rounded sides, they feel lovely in hand and make watering time a treat. A perfect gift for houseplant lovers.<br><br>In time the metal will tarnish to a lovely patina, but it can be restored to its former glory with a little elbow grease and the scouring pad provided.<br><br>Each sold separately.<br><br>Please note: as these are hand spun and finished, the precise size and shape may vary very slightly.<br><br>Measurements:<br>L13cm x Ø8cm x H6.5cm

Proportioned for smaller plants, these dainty ergonomic little watering hogs take up very little space and can be left out on display next to your indoor pots.

Made from smooth brushed brass or copper with soft rounded sides, they feel lovely in hand and make watering time a treat. A perfect gift for houseplant lovers.

In time the metal will tarnish to a lovely patina, but it can be restored to its former glory with a little elbow grease and the scouring pad provided.

Each sold separately.

Please note: as these are hand spun and finished, the precise size and shape may vary very slightly.

Measurements:
L13cm x Ø8cm x H6.5cm

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