The Balmoral beehive tea kettle is handmade in England using age-old copper spinning techniques. With it's timeless design, it is as popular today as when the it was first patented by Newey & Bloomer in the 1950's.
Each Balmoral takes nearly a month to produce with every tea kettle encompassing only the finest copper, spun to perfection, lined with molten tin and adorned with a hand turned beechwood handle – this kind of craftsmanship is so rare today and is truly valued by our loyal customers.
Not only is the magnificent mirror-chrome exterior easy to maintain – the Balmoral No. 3 tea kettle will whistle faithfully through the spout when the time is right, just in time for tea!
Please allow 3-4 weeks for your kettle to be despatched, as each one is individually crafted by hand.
For more information on how we make our kettles click here.
Newey & Bloomer Simplex tea kettles are all handmade and as such, overall dimensions may vary slightly from those shown above.
The kettle is always on in our house, so we decided to make the investment in a Newey & Bloomer. So glad we did! Water boils so quickly keeping us well “tea-ed” and my husband says it looks like a work of art on our stove!
Excellent service thank you
I’ve been on the hunt for a tea kettle for years - finally I have come across a kettle that doesn’t drip or splash out when pouring, whistle like a wounded animal or burn your hands off when picking up… Beautifully made, works like a charm and the customer service was great!!
You put a flame under it and it boils water. It is very shiny. It caused gasps of awe and wonder in the Hymer Owners' Group, and now my motorhome tea will give just a little extra inner glow.
Looks great - taken tea making to a new level.
The original whistling Simplex tea kettle by Newey & Bloomer - The Kensington - was first created in 1903 - and continues to be handcrafted in Birmingham, England using the same traditional hand-spinning techniques that were first used over 100 years ago. Taking over a month to produce, each tea... View full product details
It all began in 1903 when Newey & Bloomer produced the original whistling Simplex tea kettle. Not everything has to change over time and the same copper spinning techniques are still used today, a tribute to another time. Still handmade in England from the finest grade of copper – which is... View full product details
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