Most sites attribute these enamel kettles to my new favourite brand, Copco, but there seems to be some confusion as to whether these kettles are in the style of the Danes, or if they really were produced by Copco. Regardless of who made it, this is still a very cool kettle with fabulous speckled black and white enamel, and a wonderfully simple wooden handle. On the downside though, there are some signs of wear – there’s a decent sized chip on the inside of the kettle, as well as some wear to the base of the kettle, and the wooden handle has some damage, which fortunately isn’t very noticeable at all because of where it’s situated.
I don’t know if I’m becoming too lax in my old age, but even with the wear I think I’d still be perfectly happy to use it. I recently bought a Catherineholm kettle for home, and despite there being a bit of rust on the inside, I still use it to make my morning tea – and I’m still ticking!
Dimensions: 13cm tall (excl. handle) x 17cm in diameter