Vibrant, multi-color glass watering cans that double as decorative objects.

Founded in 2000 by Tara Ashe, Block Design is a UK-based brand that designs and produces home and desk accessories with both function and beauty in mind. Block’s team of creatives collaborates to bring the products to life in the studio space located right above the company’s workshop in St Germans, Cornwall. Color, bold geometric lines, and clean minimalism are all crucial elements in the Block collection. These glass watering cans are no exception. Vibrant and fun, they double as decorative objects. The user can even convert them into vases when needed to give a playful twist to bouquets of flowers.

Similarly to other Block products, these glass watering cans are simple but imaginative. They feature a dual color design with both the handle and spout completed in a darker color than the body of the watering can. The handle is large and rounded to provide a great grip while the spout has an angled form to fit into smaller plant pots and flower beds with ease. Crafted to last, this product features a quality borosilicate laboratory glass build. The glass watering can comes in three versions: Green/Blue, Gray/Orange, and Pink/Green. Discover them in the Gessato Design Store.

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Glass Watering Can

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