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James Clews (Birmingham, c. 1835-1948)
This ovoid form footed tea pot is known as a toddy kettle and was traditionally used to boil water to add to whiskey to make a hot toddy. They tended to be made in Birmingham for export to Scotland and worldwide. Stamped: Best Birmingham Maker/ JCB flanked by arrows.
19th century W 10 D 7 H 8 in.
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English James Clews Glass Handle Brass Tea Pot/Toddy Kettle
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