Vintage Copper Tea Kettle with Porcelain Handle c. 1850

A heavy oval kettle with a nice thick brass finial, detailed brass handles with a porcelain top to the handle still fully intact, and a goose neck spout. Stamped to the bottom is its maker "William Soutter " with the letter "B" for its earliest location in Birmingham before it burned down. This company was best known for their kettles. C. 1850

Size: 9.5"H x 10"W

Materials: Copper, tin, porcelain.

Country of Origin: France

All items in our vintage copper collection were curated exclusively for Old World Kitchen by: Coppermill Kitchen

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