Picked this fantastic Copper teapot c.1930... Original owner said it was her moms and she grew up in Vermont. Kettle has a great patina and some dings and dents, Personally I wouldn't want it any other way !!!
Very pretty Brown Hall's Teapot made in Liverpool, Ohio... Very nice vintage condition some wear to the gold edging and design... Adds to its vintage look
No chips or cracks to Pot, A very tiny miniscule chip to the inner rim of the lid , see last photo..
I think this teapot has lots of life still left in it ! Great for everyday , or would make a wonderful display piece, displayed on a shelf or used as a theater prop.....smart buy!!!
Price will be low for a Hall's teapot.
This is a Wagner Ware Tea Kettle dated February 18, 1902 , 5 quarts and cast aluminum. The kettle is large has a wooden handle. It's in excellent vintage condition no broken parts or hinges some staining to the aluminum is all that I can note.
🚩Inside is pitted and crusty! I'm not an aluminum expert so I don't know if it can be cleaned 🙂
This is a wonderful country kitchen piece or shabby chic look and would look lovely by a fireside. The inside is stained and pitted and rusted condition , I would definitely not make tea in it, unless you can get the inside clean . Otherwise It is strictly for decorative purposes only! Measures 9 inches in diameter at base By approximately 11 inches tall to tip of handle