Category: Kettles

Key Reference:
Gentle, R., & Feild, R., 1994. Domestic Metalwork 1640 – 1820. Antique Collectors’ Club
Deeley, R., 2011. The Cauldron, the Spit and the Fire. Gold Cockerel Books.
Tyler, J., 2013. Early American Cast Iron Holloware 1645 – 1900: Pots, kettles, teakettles and skillets. Schiffer Publ
Lindsay, J. Seymour., 1970. Iron and Brass Implements of The English House. Alec Tiranti Publ. (revised reprint of 1927 edn publ. Medici Society).
Chinnery, V., 2016. Names for things. Oblong. p. 155

Ale Warmer or Ale Muller

Materials: Sheet iron, tin plated. Dimensions: Max height 30 cm (12 inches); max width of cone 12 cm (4.75 inches). Place of Origin: Worcester, UK. Date: Appx second quarter of the 20th century. Maker/retailer:...

Kettle Tilter

Material: Wrought iron Dimensions: Height (excluding trammel & kettle): 26.7cm / 10½in, Width (including tilting arm): 49.5cm / 19½in Place of Origin: England Date: Late 18th or 19th century Maker or Retailer: Unknown Present...

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