Wrendale Designs Round Canister
Dimensions: 15cm x 11.5cm, 5.9" x 4.5"
Wipe With Damp Cloth
Keep key ingredients or sweet treats fresh and on display in this handy round canister. Full of irresistible personality and finished with touches of bright colour, the sides and lid show a waddling duck ruffling its feathers. The illustration is taken from hand-painted original watercolours by Hannah Dale, who draws on the Lincolnshire countryside for inspiration. Made from hardwearing tin and finished with a snug lid, it's perfect for storing kitchen essentials, such as sugar or flour. Tuck it on your baking shelf where everyone can see it, alongside other storage items from the Wrendale Designs collection.
- Dimensions: 15 x 11.5cm/5.9 x 5.4 inches
- Made from durable tin
- Duck design based on watercolour originals by Hannah Dale
- Hand wash only
Original watercolours hand-painted by Hannah Dale in Lincolnshire. Products designed in Royal Worcester’s studio in Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
Made by our trusted partner outside the UK to Portmeirion Group’s high standards.
Delivery and returns
|Standard Delivery||£2.99 Per Order|
|Next Working Day Delivery on Orders over £20||FREE|
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|Saturday Before 10.30am||£20 per order|
|Saturday Before 12pm||£17 per order|
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