Antique Adolf Andersson Ekelundsgatan 14 Copper Teapot, Copper Kettle, Dovetail Seams, Swedish Imigrant's Kettle "Made in Sweden"


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Vintage from the 19th century



We are dating this old copper kettle to the late 1800s. It was made in Gothenburd, Sweden by Adolf Andersson Co. with the maker's mark, "EKELUNDSGATAN 14" and "GÖTEBURG" stamped into the handle. It was most likely brought to the USA by Swedish immigrants and passed down through generations. The kettle features dovetail bottom seams, hinged spout cap and ornate rolled copper lid handle. It measures 9" from spout to back, stands 10" tall to the top of the swing-a-way handle. and is 6.5" in diameter at the base. It holds 2.5 quarts.

Considering it's age this kettle is in good shape with no leaks, a few dings and signs of use but no major issues. The copper is unpolished with a beautiful aged patina. The handle is firmly attached. The interior is clean with some calcium stains and some spots of wear to the tin lining.

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