A couple of us at Remodelista recently had to replace our tea kettles, and we found ourselves gravitating (of course) to the same one: a traditionally detailed hand-spun aluminum tea kettle from Netherton Foundry.
Founded in 2011 by husband and wife Neil and Sue Currie, Netherton Foundry is a newish company that seems old. The couple, who both worked as product designers, “wanted to create products that we wanted in our own kitchen, made locally if possible, from sustainable materials and not subject to seasonal fashion. We wanted products with provenance, that would last and last,” Sue says.
Here’s a look at their kettles.
For more on Netherton, see Shopper’s Diary: Outdoor Stoves and Iron Cookware from Netherton Foundry.