Vintage Copper English Teapot, Mid 19th Century
Time for tea.
Vintage copper lends an easy, warm elegance to any home without all the stuffiness. This stunning collection of one-of-a-kind finds from Coppermill Kitchen has been well-loved for generations, and now you can only get it here at Food52. This English teapot was crafted circa 1850 (with handmade details that make our copper sleuths believe it's a William Soutter original). The design features a hand-cut handle and spout, a hinged flip lid and a copper finial.
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