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EAN: 5028250583185

A stylish set of vintage blue herb pots and try, perfect for the kitchen window sill! With a clean and uncluttered style, making them the perfect accessory for any kitchen. Each herb pot features draining holes to allow water to collect in the tray, with each pot then sitting neatly within the tray so that your work tops and windowsills are kept dry and orderly. This set makes a thoughtful gift for foodie friends and family. Or perhaps you might just want to treat yourself to keep your favourite culinary herbs close to hand in the kitchen (although we're afraid it doesn't actually come with gorgeous herbs!). When going back to basics, who is to say basic has to look basic? With beautiful functional forms, the Living Nostalgia collection sits seamlessly alongside both the Classic Collection from Kitchen Craft and our new collection, the Hen House. With a comprehensive selection of kitchen essentials in all collections, style your kitchen with vintage character and functional forms.
  • Depth: 12 CM
  • Metal
  • Height: 10 CM
  • Width: 39 CM
  • features draining holes in each pot to allow water to collect in the tray not on your window sill
  • Handwash only
  • 12 month guarantee

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