Martha Stewart Collection Red Enamel on Steel Tea Kettle

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Martha Stewart Collection Red Enamel on Steel Tea Kettle

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    Martha Stewart Red Enamel on Steel Tea Kettle
    Nov 27, 2007

    Guess what?....c'mon, guess.....Think about this product and then make a guess what I am going to say about it. ok?.........Well, I am enjoying first hand, right this minute, a very hot, lovely cup of English Tea made in this very same tea kettle! Right now! It's pretty and I like red anyway. This is a wonderful kettle! Great for newly weds too, or for grandmuma! Biscuits, anyone?!

    Martha Stewart Red Enamel on Steel Tea Kettle
    by JeffandKim from New Jersey Shore

    Guess what?....c'mon, guess.....Think about this product and then make a guess what I am going to say about it. ok?.........Well, I am enjoying first hand, right this minute, a very hot, lovely cup of English Tea made in this very same tea kettle! Right now! It's pretty and I like red anyway. This is a wonderful kettle! Great for newly weds too, or for grandmuma! Biscuits, anyone?!

    Teakettle with Old World Feel
    Nov 15, 2007

    The first thing that charms you is the bulbous shape of the pot and the spout and, of course, the rich red enamel. When you lift it is surprisingly light and the handle supports the weight of a filled kettle without a wiggle. The handle doesn't collapse after each use (a good thing because it is plastic). The interior is coated black and, so far, it hasn't rusted as other aluminum based kettles I've had before. I wish the handle were old-fashioned Bakelite (but you don't see much of that anymore). One HUGE piece of advice (for any kettle): DO NOT BOIL IT DRY. That brings me to another wish: this kettle would look nice with a tiny whistle.

    Teakettle with Old World Feel
    by Idotea from Baltimore, MD

    The first thing that charms you is the bulbous shape of the pot and the spout and, of course, the rich red enamel. When you lift it is surprisingly light and the handle supports the weight of a filled kettle without a wiggle. The handle doesn't collapse after each use (a good thing because it is plastic). The interior is coated black and, so far, it hasn't rusted as other aluminum based kettles I've had before. I wish the handle were old-fashioned Bakelite (but you don't see much of that anymore). One HUGE piece of advice (for any kettle): DO NOT BOIL IT DRY. That brings me to another wish: this kettle would look nice with a tiny whistle.