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Solid Copper Hammered Tea Kettles - The protective coating on these copper tea kettles promote value by allowing the kettle to be used for decoration or function as a kitchen accessory once the coating is removed. NOTE: Kettles will tarnish without the additional coating. This is a 2-quart, solid copper tea kettle, nickel lined with a black Bakelite handle. Solid Copper Windsor Whistling Tea Kettles - These solid copper tea kettles steal a page out of the English whistling tea kettles book; 2-quart, nickel lined, with special outer coating that protects the copper tea kettle from tarnishing. Adding to the copper tea kettle`s elegance is its prominent black handle and brass accent.
People who are not regular tea drinkers sometimes get the various bits of tea terminology confused. You would be amazed at how many times I have heard others get all mixed up when it comes to tea kettles and tea pots. They use the terms interchangeably, and it`s enough to make a true tea connoisseur react as if hearing fingernails run down a chalkboard! Tea pots and tea kettles can sometimes look a lot alike, and maybe that`s why the confusion got started in the first place. But these two items are most definitely used for different functions in the tea lover`s world!
An important part of the handle`s design is heat proofing. You want a handle that will not get too hot for you to grasp and hold. Many of the cheaper tea kettles do not offer this option, and it is sorely missed by those who have become used to it, most especially when they are nursing a burned hand as a result of expecting a heat proof handle on a tea kettle and discovering the kettle in question does not have one!
Kettles have come a long way from the copper or iron kettles that were often used during the 19th century. They had to be handled with care because they were often heated over open flames. Today, kettles are, usually, heated on electric or gas stoves or they can be plugged right into the wall.