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Friday, June 24, 2011


Picture left shows an iron kettle that was made in England in 1920's. It has an engraved mark at the bottom of the kettle. Inside the kettle it has a layer of porcelain. The weight of this kettle is roughly 4kg.

This kettle was bought in South of India and was brought over by a wealthy family to Malaya in that era. According to the owner, it was taken back to India during the May 13th, 1969 incident when all Tamil people went back to South of India. I found this item from an antique runner. If you can take a closer look you can see there's a Tamil inscription on it. This kettle gives a classic image that it's incomparable with the current trends of kettles.

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