Haws traditional 8.8 litre watering can

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Buy Haws traditional 8.8 litre watering can: <ul><b><li>Gift boxed</li><li>Includes brass rose</li><li>Handmade in England</li></b></ul><br>Designed in the same iconic style as John Haws’ 1886 original, this traditional 8.8 litre watering can brings a lovely touch of heritage to the garden or greenhouse.<br><br>Handcrafted from heavy-gauge galvanised steel, the can is carefully sealed, treated and green powder coated for ultimate weather resistance.<br><br>The 45 degree spout features a brace for extra stability and easier no-spill pouring. Supplied with a brass general purpose rose.

  • Gift boxed
  • Includes brass rose
  • Handmade in England

Designed in the same iconic style as John Haws’ 1886 original, this traditional 8.8 litre watering can brings a lovely touch of heritage to the garden or greenhouse.

Handcrafted from heavy-gauge galvanised steel, the can is carefully sealed, treated and green powder coated for ultimate weather resistance.

The 45 degree spout features a brace for extra stability and easier no-spill pouring. Supplied with a brass general purpose rose.

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