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Pair Vintage Planters
This pair of vintage planters have a very unusual rustic look to them and are surprisingly made of a very strong plastic type of material. They have a distressed finish and look good planted up with small shrubs as shown. The pots already have holes for drainage. Plants not included. Dimensions: 36 cms dia x 22 cms h
an old watering can with yellow flowers in it
Vintage Round Watering Can - Vintage Matters
This vintage round watering can is fully functional but would look equally good as a decorative piece in the garden. It is made of galvanised zinc, which has a lovely worn patina and features the original rose head, for fine watering as well as two handles for ease of carrying when full of water and for watering. As this an authentic vintage piece, please note that there are surface marks consistent with its age and use. Dimensions: 58 cms w x 25 cms d x 34 cms h85.T
a watering can with a plant in it next to a potted plant on a white background
Vintage Watering Can
This vintage watering can is fully functional but would look equally good as a decorative piece in the garden. It is made of galvanised zinc, which has a lovely worn patina and features a rose head, for fine watering. Our oval vintage watering can is embossed with “18 BAT” on the top, which is likely the name of the manufacturer. As this an authentic vintage piece, please note that there are surface marks consistent with its age and use. Dimensions: 58 cms w x 25 cms d x 34 cms h
a watering can with a plant in it next to a wooden box
Vintage Watering Can
This oval vintage watering can is fully functional but would look equally good as a decorative piece in the garden, nestled between planters or bushes. It is made of galvanised zinc, which has a lovely worn patina and features a rose head, for fine watering. Our vintage watering can is embossed with “7.5 BAT” on the top and can hold up to 8 litres of water. Dimensions: 58 cms w x 25 cms d x 34 cms h
some yellow flowers are growing in a planter
Vintage Cattle Drinker Planter
This vintage cattle drinker planter is a great looking piece for an urban garden, or nestled in among your pots and is ideal for growing a show of Spring bulbs, or for planting herbs. It could also be used as a birdbath if filled with water. An authentic old piece, made of cast iron, it bears marks consistent with its age and use. Plants not included. Dimensions: 38 cms w x 21.5 cms d x 20 cm
some yellow flowers are in two brown pots
Vintage Rusty Planter Pots
These vintage rusty planter pots are ideal for a window sill or small urban garden and can be filled with Spring bulbs, as shown, or with herbs. The four pots are welded together and have a carrying handle. Dimensions: 21.5 cms w x 21.5 cms d x 23 cms d
a metal basket filled with lots of green plants
Vintage Olive Basket Planter - Vintage Matters
This metal vintage olive basket planter, has a lovely old patina, with rusted metal handles & slat openings, which originally allowed the olives to breathe. It is ideal for a small urban garden and looks good potted up with herbs. As a versatile storage basket, it could also be used indoors for storing logs or magazines. Our authentic vintage olive basket bears marks consistent with its age and use and if left outside will dull further over time, but this just adds to its character.
some yellow flowers are growing in a metal container on a white surface with no one around them
Vintage Galvanised Metal Planter
This perforated two handled vintage galvanised metal planter from Belgium, was once an industrial tool box, but nowadays, it is ideal as a planter in an urban garden or balcony, for growing Spring bulbs or for herbs. This versatile basket, with an industrial feel, could also be used in the kitchen for storing vegetables or for magazines or newspapers in the living room Dimensions: 37 cms w x 21 cms d x 20 cms h
three potted plants in wooden trays on white background
Vintage Wooden Brick Mould Planter
Our vintage wooden brick mould planters were originally handmade in India and then used to create hand built bricks. This double brick mould is ideal as a planter on a kitchen widow, full of herbs, as shown. Alternatively, it could be used for holding candles, plants or other decorative items – the possibilities are endless! Made from old teak and iron, each piece is unique and in good condition for its age, though there are marks and scuffs, which add to their character.
two buckets filled with plants sitting on top of a window sill
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