Haws Heritage Watering Can

Haws watering cans have been a fixture in English gardens since 1886, the year that Londoner John Haws patented his unique design for a "watering pot" with perfect balance. Fitted with classic wooden handles, this Heritage model features a removable all-brass round watering rose, so you can choose a delicate shower or solid stream. The rose stores safely on the built-in holding spout, so it will never be misplaced. Made from heavy-gauge steel using handcrafting techniques. Hot-dip galvanized for rust resistance and strength. Powder-coated for a smooth, durable finish. Convenient holding spout for watering rose when it's not in use. Two hardwood handles allow for easier handling and well-balanced watering. Domed lid prevents water from spilling when the can is tipped forward. 23" x 28" x 16" high. 2.5 lb. 2-gal. cap. Made in England by Haws, producers of fine watering cans since 1886. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
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bev8
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March 22, 2013
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Lead Paint
March 22, 2013
I was excited to order and receive this product, as I liked it so much. Hesitant because of price, but I ordered anyway. Upon arrival, there is a large sticker on the outside of the box that indicates this product contains lead and that the user should wash their hands after each use! My husband said it was most likely lead paint, as it is not made in the USA. Not something I want in my garden, on my hands, or in my home. I would have expected better from WS. Back it went.
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Jennifer999
Posted April 2, 2014
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The lead is probably contained in the solder and is common enough.
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