Vintage Copper French Watering Can with Raffia Handle, Late 19th Century
Come rain or copper.
If you think this copper can is fanciful now, just you wait. This vintage gem was fashioned back in late-19th-century France, and now it’s all shined up and ready to nurture your leafy pals. Grab it by the easy-pour handle on the back, or tote it around with the raffia (yes, raffia) handle on top—either way, watering the plants has never been more delightful.
Photography by Coppermill Kitchen
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