Vintage Copper William Soutter Tea Kettle, Mid 19th Century
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If tea kettles had personalities (and a certain childhood animation just might have you convinced it’s possible), this kettle would be a cheery, well-dressed gent spouting stories from an armchair. It really does have that much character: Just observe that hand-carved wooden handle, the hand-cut brass knob, and that gooseneck spout that offers a precise and steady pour. Originating from about 1850, it’s stamped on the bottom with a “WS” for “William Souter” and a “B” for Birmingham—the company’s first location.
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Photography by Ty Mecham
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