Steel-plated tea kettle, with a handle and lid. The lid is hinged and has a metal loop on the top. The body is tall, cylindrical, but wider at the bottom. The spout is long, narrow and begins about an inch from the bottom. Rising at a forty-five-degree angle to almost an inch from the top, it softly bends outward about 90-degrees for easier pouring. There is a section of metal welded between the spout and the body for strength. The handle is rectangular, about four or five inches long and is attached to the side opposite the spout - about an inch beneath the hinge. There is a blocker inside the kettle to prevent tea/coffee from spilling out.
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