Watering Bells were popular with the wealthy in 19th Century Europe for pampering exotic plants that they did not trust their servants to care for.
Submerge the Watering Bell in water until it is full. Place your thumb over the hole in the top. Keep it level. (It will take practice to keep it level.) Hold over the plant needing water and lift thumb off hole to let the water gently rain down. Cover hole again to stop the flow of water.
You have to keep it absolutely level. It's still going to drip some. Please let me know if you are not happy with it.
This small, handmade Watering Bell was fired to 2300 degrees for strength and durability.
About 2 3/4 inches high and about 3 1/2 inches in diameter. Holds about 1 cup.
Food safe. Okay in microwave and dishwasher.
I ship within 24 hours of receiving an order. Priority Mail takes 1-4 days. Parcel Select takes 2-9 days.
At the time of writing this there were 12 in stock. They were made by a potter, not a machine, so each one is a little different.
The last picture is of a different water bell.
If you order more than one item the estimated shipping may be more than actual shipping. I refund overpayment of shipping if more than $1.
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Please contact me if you have any questions.
Customer review: "Such a neat and well-made product. It’s going to be a great present for my friend who loves plants!"