Looking at the quality and size of this enamel kettle, my guess would be that it was originally intended for camping, although perhaps I’m being a bit too fussy – I’m sure that there were plenty of farm houses with kettles just like this one sitting on top of their aga! It’s not super tinny, the metal’s just not quite as heavy as you’d expect it to be, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing – filled with water, this pot’s probably quite weighty to begin with, so you don’t necessarily want to add any heft to that! It’s also a very handsome kettle, in an old-school way, with its upright handle and proud spout, and for the most part is in good condition – there’s a minor mark on the inside of the teapot, but that doesn’t seem to be anything to worry about.
Dimensions: 20cm in diameter x 25cm tall (incl. handle)