GRANITEWARE TEA KETTLE Blue and White Speckled Early 20th Century
GRANITEWARE TEA KETTLE Blue and White Speckled Early 20th Century
GRANITEWARE TEA KETTLE Blue and White Speckled Early 20th Century
GRANITEWARE TEA KETTLE Blue and White Speckled Early 20th Century
GRANITEWARE TEA KETTLE Blue and White Speckled Early 20th Century
GRANITEWARE TEA KETTLE Blue and White Speckled Early 20th Century

GRANITE WARE SMALL TEA KETTLE Designed in Blue with White Speckles Circa Early 20th Century

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Featuring a lovely small GRANITE WARE TEA KETTLE in speckled blue and white.

The small tea kettle measures about 5" high with the lid by 7 ½” across handle to spout and is in wonderful vintage condition with minimal rust and chips, primarily on the lid finial. They are not visibly noticeable, but if you look really close there appears to be some bumps in the porcelain on the side of the little pot. This is a very cute piece, especially for someone who enjoys a cup of tea.

Please review the photos carefully as they have been taken from several angles.

Imagine this wonderful piece as an addition to someone's French country or farmhouse style decorating!

Enjoy your shopping!

Enamel & Granite Ware

Enamel ware is made from an old process of coating metal with porcelain, which  became popular in the 1800s.  By the late 1870s, a new form of enamel ware was developed, called "granite ware."  

Granite ware was designed with decorative patterns resembling granite, ranging from mottled, speckled, spatters or swirls. Early granite ware was turquoise blue with white or green.

Both enamel and granite ware were used in the production of early kitchen utility ware.
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