Tea for two (or more).

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. A rare find, this copper tea kettle (made by Henry Loveridge circa 1880) features a steam hole on the lid, an iron handle, dovetailed seams, and a classic gooseneck spout. Stamped to the bottom is "BRISTISH MAKE," the number "46" (its model number), its makers mark "HENRY LOVERIDGE" as well as the number "3" to indicate its capacity.

All items from Coppermill Kitchen are final sale. Items may vary slightly from what is pictured.

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