Ornamental watering can - baby robin

0.5 litre £16.99
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Buy Ornamental watering can - baby robin: <br><ul><strong><li>Rust-resistant galvanised iron</li><li>Sturdy and strong</li><li>Unique home or garden ornament</li></strong></ul><br>Quirky metal watering can shaped like everyone’s favourite garden visitor, the robin. Crafted from galvanised iron sheet, the rust-resistant can makes a great ornament when not in use.<br><br>Stand among plants in the border to make visitors smile, display on the kitchen windowsill or fill with sand and use as a doorstop. He’ll add bags of character wherever you put him.<br><br> Handmade in India, each can has its own individual blemishes and uniquely rustic charm.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W9.5cm x L24.5cm x H20cm<br>0.5 litre capacity


  • Rust-resistant galvanised iron
  • Sturdy and strong
  • Unique home or garden ornament

Quirky metal watering can shaped like everyone’s favourite garden visitor, the robin. Crafted from galvanised iron sheet, the rust-resistant can makes a great ornament when not in use.

Stand among plants in the border to make visitors smile, display on the kitchen windowsill or fill with sand and use as a doorstop. He’ll add bags of character wherever you put him.

Handmade in India, each can has its own individual blemishes and uniquely rustic charm.

Measurements:
W9.5cm x L24.5cm x H20cm
0.5 litre capacity

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