The Water-Flower Can
The Water-Flower Can is to be considered a most magnificent example of functional art.
The humble watering vessel dates back to at least 79 AD, they can be found at Pompeii, artefacts encrypted by the volcanic explosion. The Roman versatile plant watering tool remaining with us today and beyond the pandemic: Post Covid. Ideal for watering plants, placing among garden pots or as a planter in its own right.
The Liverpool based artist, Alison Little adorned this creation from handle to spout in roses of splendor. Paint flick techniques adding a celebratory flavour to the form.
A Water-Flower Can, so splendid it will be the envy of mother nature’s creations!
UK mainland delivery £3
Hand painted finish may vary.
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