Founded in the early 1800s, Henry Watson Potteries, located in Wattisfield, Suffolk, England, has been making stylish, practical homewares, kitchenware and more for centuries.
While other companies have changed over the years, altering their look with every passing fad, Henry Watson Potteries has remained gloriously the same. Henry Watson still make things the old-fashioned way, using time-honoured techniques and the finest quality materials to create products that are refreshingly old-world.
The Charlotte Watson range is named for the matriarch of the Watson family. Remembered fondly as “a well-loved and kindly lady”, Charlotte Watson lived to a ripe old age of 81. She was the mother of eleven (yes, eleven!
) children, including, of course, Henry Watson, who went on to found Henry Watson Potteries. It’s only fitting that he named one of his most popular, stylish ranges after his mother!
Each piece in the Charlotte Watson range is a lovely creamy shade, accented with delightful nostalgic flourishes. They’ll look and feel just as at home in a traditional country kitchen as they will sitting on any modern kitchen bench.
Fashions come and go with every passing week, but true style is timeless.
Charlotte Watson Spaghetti Jar features:
- Designed in England.
- Crafted from creamy white earthenware.
- Vintage-look print on the front of the canister lets you know what’s inside.
- Lid made from deep black wood, with a silicone seal around the outside to keep the contents of your canister nice and fresh.
- Presented in an old-fashioned, brown Charlotte Watson box.
- Hand wash recommended.
Height: 33cm tall, including lid.