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COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶
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COPPER KETTLE 銅之薬缶

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Designed by Watanabe-sama in Tsubama-shi, Nīgata-ken and created and finished by hand at the Shinko Metals Products Co Ltd, the Azmaya curated copper kettle is a beautifully designed stove-top kettle. The use of copper is both utilitarian and visually driven, it is a naturally excellent conductor of heat while it also develops a unique patina with daily use. Aesthetically it incorporates both modern design and traditional Japanese style.

As it ages the concept of wabi sabi is presented, the unique character of the patina is an imperfection on the initially flawless, bright copper surface.

Creator comments:
Copper is a material suitable
for kettles as it has outstanding
heat-conductivity, antibacterial
effect, and chlorine-degrading effect.

The kettle holds up to 1.8l of water
Dimensions: W200mm x Ø175mm x H240mm (excl. handle: H150mm) 
Weight: 0.7kg
Use: suitable for all stove types, except induction
Materials: copper, nickel lined
Natural patina will develop, do not polish, scour or dishwash. Never boil empty

Please note: the handle and lid do get very hot so use a cloth when pouring water from the kettle or opening the lid. 

Made in Japan