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Owl Watering Can

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Why does a watering can need to look like a watering can? This cool new Owl Watering Can is a sculptural owl-shaped watering can handcrafted by artisans in Bali from brightly colored powder-coated metal. Just fill with water through the hole on the back, pour it out through its beak, and then leave it out as a fun decorative metal sculpture. It may even scare off some owl-fearing critters when not in use.

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