English Copper Tea Kettle
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If anyone knows tea, it’s the British. So leave it to our friends across the pond to create the perfect kettle for all your tea (and coffee) needs. These 100% copper kettles are made using the same traditional hand-spinning technique that Newey & Bloomer has been known for since 1903, with its very first copper kettle. But whether you prefer rich, warm copper, gleaming silver, or polished chrome, this gorgeous kettle has more going on then just looks: When your water has boiled, the kettle will let you know with a classic whistle through the lid (no water overflow on your stovetop!). The signature “bird’s mouth” spout is designed with a center seam, to give a perfectly even pour every time (no spilling!). And the hand-turned solid beechwood handle lets you pour with confidence (no burning!).
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
100% Copper body, 100% lead-free tin lined with a chrome, copper, or silver-plated exterior, brass embellishments, and a hand-turned beechwood handle.
The Kensington measures 10” W x 8” D x 9” H and holds 1.9 quarts. The Buckingham measures 10” W x 8” D x 10” H and holds 1.9 quarts.
Care & Notes -
The Kensington model is suitable for gas and electric stoves. The Buckingham model is suitable for gas stoves only. Hand wash only and dry with a soft cloth. Do not clean with abrasive cleaning tools or acidic agents. Do not let kettle boil dry.
Meet the Maker
Since 1903, Newey & Bloomer has been making some of the finest copper tea kettles in the world. Handmade in England by master copper artisans, all of its kettles are 100% copper and 100% lead-free. And not only are the shiny kettles an elegant stovetop addition, with the right care, they’ll last for generations.View Full Profile
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