Vintage Copper Large Round English Tea Kettle, Mid 19th Century
The prettiest copper is ready for tea time.
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This incredibly detailed copper kettle, c. 1850, is uncommonly large in size and features dovetailed seams up the back and around the underside. It includes a three-tier lid with a large, ornate brass finial shaped like an acorn, three large copper rivets around the spout, and a brass and copper handle held with two copper rivets to each side. Made by William Soutter & Sons.
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