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Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml
Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml
Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml
Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml
Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml
Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml
Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730mlWinsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730mlWinsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml
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Winsor Stainless Steel Food Container Pink 730ml

AED 28.60(Inc. VAT)

Get it by Sun, Aug 21st - Wed, Aug 24th
Delivery fee : AED 10.00
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United Arab Emirates
highlights
  • A tight-fitting lid guarantees contents are safe and secure
  • Made from the highest-grade materials, this product is extremely durable and easy to clean
  • Fade-proof construction resists catching stains
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Material

Stainless Steel

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Material

Stainless Steel

DESCRIPTION

The company was founded in 1832 by William Winsor and Henry Newton. The firm was originally located at Henry Newtons home in 38 Rathbone Place, London. This was then part of an artists quarter in which a number of eminent painters, including Constable, had studios, and other colourmen were already established. The standards of quality for W and Ns most renowned line of kolinsky sable brush, the Series 7, began after Queen Victoria ordered it should be the very finest watercolour brush in 1866[citation needed]. A few months before his death, Henry Newton sold the business to the newly incorporated firm of Winsor And Newton Ltd., which included members of both families amongst the shareholders. In 1937, W And N introduced its gouache paints. The company moved to Wealdstone in northwest London in 1937. After World War II, W And N opened a brush-making factory in Lowestoft. In 1970, the company introduced its first range of acrylics, and the first artists alkyd oil colour came six years later. Later, in 1992, a series of oil bars were launched. The Winsor And Newton student range of watercolours was named after John Sell Cotman