The Stelton Original Flower Watering Can

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A classic Stelton design returns to mark the brand’s 60th anniversary.

Danish company Stelton has launched a huge range of memorable designs over the years, from the iconic Cylinda line to the popular Collar and Theo collections. Designed by Peter Holmblad in 1978, the Original Flower Watering Can effortlessly expressed the brand’s core values. Elegant and sleek, the stainless steel watering can from the Original series put style and function in perfect balance while transforming an everyday item into a decorative object. To celebrate their 60th anniversary, Stelton re-launched the design in 2020.

The beautifully sculpted watering can maintains both its clean aesthetic and practical features. Thanks to the elongated, thin spout, the user can pour water in small plant pots without spilling a drop. The ingenious design also eliminates dripping. A rounded handle provides the perfect grip while complementing the angled spout with a generous curvature. The Stelton Original stainless steel watering can has a capacity of 1.7 liters, or about 57.5 fl oz. It’s the perfect gift for a green thumbed design lover, fans of Danish design, and anyone who loves beautifully minimalist home accessories. Available in stores from May 2020, the Original Flower Watering Can costs $210 and can be ordered here.

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