No11 Chrome Whistling Kettle for Gas
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The No11 Beehive Kettle for gas stoves makes elevenses a wonderful time to put the whistling stovetop kettle on. Hand spun the traditional way by master craftsmen and women for over 100 years. The Richmond Kettle Company No.11 Beehive Whistling Chrome Kettle for gas hobs is an Edwardian classic that has no equals. Each Beehive Chrome kettle is made from the highest grade of pure copper with a chrome plated finish. Stunning in every way and proudly stamped Made in England. But you shouldn’t forget twelveses, oneses, twoses or even threeses. Just in time for afternoon tea. Stove top kettles don't get much better.
Prior to use
Rinse the inside of your kettle thoroughly, fill just below the centre seam. Boil the water and discard.
Do not be alarmed if the bottom section appears discoloured after the first use, this is due to the polishing compound which is used during the manufacturing process. Once your kettle has cooled, the area can be wiped over with a soft lint-free cloth and warm water to remove this.
We recommend using filtered water in your Richmond kettle – especially in areas of hard water – not least as a care tip for your kettle, but it will also enhance the taste of your tea.
All Richmond kettles have an iconic whistling mechanism engineered using a ball and valve assembly situated within the spout. It is perfectly normal when pouring to hear the ball rattle inside the spout.
When boiling your kettle always use a medium heat setting.
Handcrafted in Norfolk
Please read the instructions carefully before use.
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|Dimensions||25.5 × 22 × 22 cm|
Solid copper kettle. Pure solid brass fittings. Beech handle. Tin Lining.
1.7 Litre capacity
Prior to first use, rinse your kettle thoroughly & fill just below the centre seam. Boil the water & discard. Do not be alarmed if the bottom section appears discoloured after the first use, this is due to the polishing compound which is used during the manufacturing process. Repeat process if needed. Once the kettle has cooled, the area can be wiped over with a soft cloth and warm water to remove this.
We highly recommend not to use abrasive cleaners on any part of your Richmond Kettle. It is also important to ensure there is sufficient water before putting the kettle on the heat to prevent potential damage. Should the kettle boil dry, allow it to cool naturally to avoid any potential damage. Do not under any circumstances fill the hot kettle with cold water as this will damage the 100% pure tin lining.
East of England