Copper Watering Pot - 0.5 liter
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Copper Watering Pot 0.5 litre


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Product Reference: 160-1

Handcrafted from solid copper, this Haws watering can has been designed in honour of the 100 year old classic shape. A slash cut spout lets you water without drips and its compact size is easy to store. With a stunning copper finish, this is a beautiful pot waterer which is extremely practical and becomes a talking point when on display.


Since John Haws patented his first watering can design in 1886, British manufacturers Haws have been an institution of premium gardening. Originally based in North London, the company now produces their extensive home and gardening range in Birmingham. Haws make it their mission to incorporate as much hand made production as possible into their process.Coupled with their warm, family business mentality, Haws have developed a legacy as quality, trusted producers of creative, luxury equipment. There is no denying the quality and honesty in the famous Haws emblem.


1 Pint (0.7Litre) Capacity
Slash Cut Spout
Lightweight - easy to carry
Delivered in a tough, Haws printed box.


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Copper Watering Pot

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watering can (or watering pot) is a portable container, usually with a handle and a funnel, used to water plants by hand. It has been in use since at least 79 A.D. and has since seen many improvements in design. Apart from watering plants, it has varied uses, as it is a fairly versatile tool.

The capacity of the container can be anywhere from 0.5 litres (for indoor household plants) to 10 litres (for general garden use). It is usually made of metal, ceramic or plastic. At the end of the spout, a “rose” (a device, like a cap, with small holes) can be placed to break up the stream of water into droplets, to avoid excessive water pressure on the soil or on delicate plants.

The term “watering can” first appeared in the 1000s.[1] Earlier, it had been known as a “watering pot”.

In 1886 the “Haws” watering can was patented by John Haws. The patent read “This new invention forms a watering pot that is much easier to carry and tip, and at the same time being much cleaner, and more adapted for use than any other put before the public.” Watering cans are used by gardeners for watering plants, by road workers to apply bitumen to asphalt, as ornaments, and regularly in symbolic art pieces.