Vintage Copper English Octagonal Tea Kettle, Mid 19th Century
Love at first sight.
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Here’s a tea kettle you won’t see very often: This rare, eight-sided copper piece comes from mid-19th century England. It’s completely hand-formed, has a brass finial (that’s the knob up top), and even the spout sports the same octogonal seams. We’re getting subtle steampunk vibes from those angles—it’s that perfect combination of Victorian propriety and industrial momentum.
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Photography by Ty Mecham
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