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Japanese cast iron kettle that can be taken from the stove top to your table for tea from Poketo.
Norm Thermo Kettle Jug – with drip-free silicone spout
This is a Picquot kettle, designed in 1938 and cast in one piece in Magnailium so there are no leaks. The spout pours easily and you can’t burn your hands on the sycamore handle.
Available from Margaret Howell, Twentytwentyone, and other stockists internationally found on the Picquot website.
Time to brew up print by Laura Seaby
Bouilloire Ipso Facto by Estelle Sauvage. The kettle brings water to 90˚C for a perfect cup of tea using a 100W light bulb as the heat source.