The longevity and timelessness of these kettles means this investment is something that will stay in your kitchen for generations. The signature birdsmouth spout delivers a perfect pour every time and is perfect for making pour over coffee as well as topping up the teapot.
Taking over a month to produce, each tea kettle is made from the highest grade copper. The Simplex Highgrove No. 1 kettle has a natural beauty, radiating warm, rich and opulent tones of highly-polished natural copper and will take centre stage in any kitchen. Only available in copper.
Specifically developed for use on AGA's and other ranges with solid hotplates, the Highgrove kettle has a thicker copper base and boils faster than other specific AGA kettles currently on the market. (Tested June 2020)
Every Simplex kettle by Newey & Bloomer is unique, proudly hallmarked with ‘Made in England’ and will whistle on boiling to let you know it’s time for tea, or coffee!
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Newey & Bloomer Simplex tea kettles are all handmade and as such, overall dimensions may vary slightly from those shown above.
It is beautiful first of all. And it with its whistle comes a redolent history of common enjoyment.
Everything about this kettle is gorgeous. Perfect pouring spout with a gentle whistle that doesn’t pierce your eardrum. The copper looks beautiful and boils so quickly on the Aga - much quicker than my Aga kettle. A quality product and I’ve never bought a kettle that has its own bag.
Very happy. With integral whistle will never boil the kettle dry again! Expensive but a joy to look at and use.
This kettle is so lovely, and beautifully made - we are really pleased with our purchase.
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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