Ornamental watering can - lamb

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Buy Ornamental watering can - lamb: <ul><strong><li>Rust-resistant galvanised iron</li><li>Sturdy and strong</li><li>Unique home or garden ornament</li></ul><br>Cheeky and quirky, these novelty cans bring animal magic to any watering job. Why spray from a plain old spout? Try pouring instead from a beak, trunk or snout.<br><br>Crafted from galvanised iron sheet, the rust-resistant cans make great ornaments when not in use. Stand among plants in the border to make visitors smile, or put in pride of place on the patio or kitchen windowsill.<br><br>Handmade in India, each can has its own individual blemishes and uniquely rustic charm.<br><br>

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

Cheeky and quirky, these novelty cans bring animal magic to any watering job. Why spray from a plain old spout? Try pouring instead from a beak, trunk or snout.

Crafted from galvanised iron sheet, the rust-resistant cans make great ornaments when not in use. Stand among plants in the border to make visitors smile, or put in pride of place on the patio or kitchen windowsill.

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

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