Vintage Copper Tea Pot with Ebony Handle, Early 19th Century
Make coffee brighter.
This copper coffee pot features an ebonized wooden handle and a copper beaded edging with a brass finial. On the bottom, it's stamped with the mark for ""William Soutter & Sons Ltd"", a well-reputed metalworking brand founded as Soutter & Hicks (Soutterware) around 1760 -- the letter ""B"" is stamped as well to indicate their original early location in Birmingham. Also stamped on the pot is ""5GILL"", which was a old form of measurement that meant a quarter of a pint. The pot has been re-tinned for modern use.
All items from Coppermill Kitchen are final sale. Items may vary slightly from what is pictured.
Photography by Bobbi Lin
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