1800s Copper Kettle

This solid copper kettle was made in the mid to late 1800s Edward Villers-Wilkes. It bears the characteristic mark of that company on the front just behind the spout. The company operated in Birmingham< England from about 1825 - 1907.

The body is oval and is assembled from several pieces which are soldered together in a dovetailed pattern. The joints appear as brass as that was the alloy type used to solder them together.

It measures 12" long from the tip of the spout and about 11 1/4" high.

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$110

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