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This item sold on August 16, 2012.

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Vintage enamel tea kettle with retro graphics reminiscent of Georges Briard.

In very nice condition for this vintage; there is some staining to the interior and a little bit of rust around the holes to the spout, so it might be better for display than for food use.

Measurements:
7” high
8” wide
7” diameter

How to care for your vintage enamelware:

Wash
Wash vintage enamelware in soapy water with a nonabrasive cloth. Do not use sharp objects such as knives for scraping debris, and do not use steel wool, which can scratch the coating. For baked-on food or stains, use a spray oven cleaner. Follow the specific directions on the product; however, cover exposed metal or wooden handles on the enamelware with cling wrap.

Soak
Soak enamelware with persistent stains in 3 parts water to 1 part vinegar. Soaking the pan in chlorine bleach and water can also remove stains. Washing enamelware by hand is the recommended cleaning method. Washing in the dishwasher can cause the enamelware to bump into other dishes, which can cause scratches or chips.

Dry
Dry enamelware both inside and out after cleaning. If any rust spots are seen in the pan, especially where the pan is joined or connected to the handles, apply petroleum jelly; leave on for 10 minutes and wipe away. Coat the spots with cooking oil for additional protection.

1950s Mid-Century Mod Enamelware Tea Kettle-Cool Kitschy Retro Graphics

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: enamelware
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 10 reviews
  • Favorited by: 19 people