Care for a cup?

The stovetop’s in for a real treat, since it’s about to meet one of these vintage finds. There’s a whole lineup of well-loved kettles and coffee pots here, each one carefully restored to bring back its original shine. Snag the gem that catches your eye most:

  • JS&S Coffee Pot, Late 19th Century: This one comes from famed English hollowware maker Joseph Sankey & Sons, complete with an easy-grab handle and brass knob finial on the lid.
  • French Kettle with Porcelain Handle, Mid 19th Century: It’s brimming with charming details, like a gooseneck spout, a flower-shaped brass knob on the lid—and let’s not forget the original porcelain handle.
  • French Octagon Tea Kettle, Mid 19th Century: Heads up! This product is sold out. This rare find was crafted into a dazzling octagon shape, then finished off with a hand-formed spout. Oh, and the handle? It folds down to save space after tea time.
  • French "Jenny" Kettle, Mid 19th Century: Sure, it’s got a handy spout flap and a handmade copper decoration on the lid. But our favorite detail? The stamp on the handle that reads “Jenny” (its very first owner, perhaps).
  • French Picnic Kettle, Mid 19th Century: It’s cute-as-can-be, sized for smaller spots of tea or even taking with you on your travels (that’s how it got the nickname “picnic kettle,” after all).
  • French Bellied Kettle, Mid 19th Century: That one-of-a-kind shape isn’t the only thing we love about this kettle—check out the brass knob on the lid and the fold-down copper handle.
  • Petite French “Jenny” Kettle, Mid 19th Century: Sure, it’s got a handy spout flap and a handmade copper decoration on the lid. But our favorite detail? The stamp on the handle that reads “Jenny” (its very first owner, perhaps).