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JustNile Stainless Steel Teapot Tea Kettle - 1.5L/50.72oz/0.39 gallon Oval Body Shape by JustNile

  • Measures 7.9" X 5.9" X 5.5"
  • Simple design is ideal for homes, offices, restaurants, cafés and...
  • Holds about 1.5L/50oz. of freshly brewed tea, coffee or other...


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This attractive stainless steel tea pot is an essential for your kitchen. It measures 7.9" X 5.9" X 5.5" and can hold up to 1.5 liters (50 oz.) of your favorite freshly brewed tea, coffee or other beverage. Easy to clean and long lasting, this tea pot can be used at your home, in offices, restaurants, hotels, and other venues.

Vanika Stainless Steel Tea Kettle; Whistling Teapot Design; Large 3.0L (3.2 Quart) by Vanika

  • ALL COOKTOPS! Works with gas, electric, ceramic and most induction...
  • WHISTLES WHEN IT'S READY! The classic "whistling kettle" design...
  • HEAT-RESISTANT HANDLE PREVENTS BURNS! Special "Safety-Silicone"...


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When you want the world's BEST best-looking, best-performing and best guarantee? You want THIS stainless steel whistling tea kettle!

This teapot is really something special. The stunning mirror stainless steel finish is simply dazzling. It's the first thing your friends and guests will notice when they walk in your kitchen. You'll be proud to display it on your stove top, glistening in the light!

But don't let the good looks deceive you. This is not just a "pretty" kettle that's there "just for looks". Not at all. This is the most functional and convenient whistling kettle you'll ever find on the market.

It boasts top-quality construction made in one of the finest factories. Everything from the stamped stainless steel to the welds and the quality of the "Safety Silicon" handle just says quality. The handle won't burn you.

Every day you'll look forward to boiling your water in this whistling tea kettle. The classic whistling comes from the steam pressure going up through the whistle and this one has a special tone that's unlike any other you've heard. You'll actually delight when you hear it! It will even take you back in time, if you're old enough to appreciate the good things of days gone by.

Plus, it works on ALL kitchen cooktops; electric, gas, ceramic and even works with most induction stove tops!

You'll also appreciate that this excellent kettle comes with a 100% Money-Back Guarantee of Satisfaction. If you're ever dissatisfied with it, return it and get a refund of your purchase price for up to a year! The manufacturer's warranty against defects is for the lifetime of the kettle, too!

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Length: 9 inches
Width: 10 inches (total width of side profile including spout)
Height: 9 inches
Weight: 1.8 lbs

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Farberware Classic Cookware - 2.5 quart Teapot, Lid - Stainless Steel - Dishwasher Safe by (dba Shopping)

The classic, trusted quality of Farberware pairs nicely with this durable stainless steel teakettle. It provides timeless beauty when accessorizing your kitchen. Gelatin, hot chocolate, or a cup of soup - the uses for a teakettle don't stop at tea.


Farberware Classic Cookware - 2.5 quart Teapot, Lid - Stainless Steel - Dishwasher Safe by (dba Shopping)

The classic, trusted quality of Farberware pairs nicely with this durable stainless steel teakettle. It provides timeless beauty when accessorizing your kitchen. Gelatin, hot chocolate, or a cup of soup - the uses for a teakettle don't stop at tea.


Little King

Regulus Black would be returning home as well, but he trailed through the halls of Hogwarts slowly, almost mournfully. He wished he had known at the beginning of this, his sixth year, that it had been his last ride on the Hogwarts Express. He wished that he had noticed more, treasured it more, that he had not squandered every precious moment from carefree trips to Hogsmeade to Professor Slughorn’s parties to lounging lazily beneath the lake in the Slytherin common room. The mermaids whose sign language Asterion Greengrass had finally managed to crack in Regulus’s third year were especially friendly with him. some Slytherins liked to do simple tricks with their magic, which simultaneously frightened and fascinated the creatures. Regulus thought it cruel to taunt a creature with skills it could not by law or nature possess. Sometimes he’d just lay out on one of the ornate futons strewn about the common room, staring straight up at the mermaids and signing to them until one of his less tolerant Housemates noticed and tugged him away, laughing. Most Slytherins knew Regulus Black, knew that he liked mermaids and talked to house-elves, and some said that he had met a werewolf once, although that was more rumor than fact. Very few bothered him about it anymore, especially due to the fact that last year he had persuaded the mermaids to lure Gryffindor’s star Quidditch player to the edge of the lake, where they’d snatched him into the water. James Potter had almost drowned. Dumbledore had been furious, but the mermaids did not tell, their loyalty to Regulus unshakeable. He had been sneaking them pieces of raw meat from the kitchens for years now, courtesy of the house-elves. Many of his Housemates had disapproved of this, until he’d pointed out that the Dark Lord thought the same way: his allies were non-humans too, the giants, dementors, even inferi…. Avery and Mulciber and Snape, eyes glinting with delight after the Potter prank, had taken seats on all side of him unbidden one day, and lowered their voices as they quietly made him an offer. In the end, Slytherin had won the Quidditch Cup for the first year since James Potter joined the Gryffindor team, and Regulus Black met the Dark Lord for the very first time the following summer, where he had been promised a Dark Mark by the end... The morning before Regulus’s Divination exam, he received a letter from his cousin Bellatrix, sent by way of her magnificent eagle owl named Hydra (which Regulus had always thought showed a rather boorish mind, but Bella had never been one for... The end of the war draws near…we are in need of loyal servants… The Dark Lord asks for you by name…. Yet with it came an odd sense of numbness, a detached way of seeing the world as if in his last few days of life. Sirius had always said-. Regulus caught himself. Now was not the time to be thinking of whatever Sirius had said. Sirius lies , he thought to himself, repeating it over and over again to get it through his thick skill. Thus it was with some trepidation that Regulus waited with his fellow sixth years beneath a trap door, above which Professor Mopsus would perform each of their individual examinations. To his utter surprise Regulus had managed an EE on his Divination O. W. L. , and he had tried to explain to Professor Mopsus that his own inability to predict a passing grade should necessarily disqualify him from the subject, but Mopsus had... “Divination is a subject held in most high esteem at the Ministry,” he’d noted approvingly. he, of course, knew that Regulus’s parents anticipated a successful highly-paying government job. “Surely you wouldn’t throw that away for ‘Acceptable’ in Care of Magical Creatures, would you. Angry at this jab, Regulus had wanted to note that the only reason he’d gotten an Acceptable was that Professor Kettleburn couldn’t even see thestrels anyway, so how could he possibly know that Regulus had ‘upset’ them, and in fact Hagrid had... Professor Mopsus was right, of course. He would take Divination because his parents wanted him to take Divination, and after witnessing first-hand the devastation of their disappointment, he had no desire to incur their wrath upon him. first-year students always. Source: remus lupin is my hero

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  • Delusional Entitlement Disorder

    iUniverse. 2009. ISBN: 9781440188879,1440188874. 156 pages.

    Whatever happened to the grit of American work ethic, the display of manners, stewardship for our neighbors and respect for others? It is vanishing at an unconscionable rate and leaving behind an ever-growing population of people who place self-centeredness, greed, and a perception of entitlement all wrapped up together in a toxic mass that is strangling the spirit of America. Delusional Entitlement Disorder explores stories that reflect its damage, accounts of those who have avoided such a malignant attitude and offers advice as to how to avoid the growth of such a phenomenon within the family, community and nation.

  • An Innovative New Pouring Design for Steel Castings

    ProQuest. 2015. ISBN: 9780549422266,0549422269. 55 pages.

    Current methods for handling and pouring molten steel into molds are problematic. Bottom pour ladles have a large pour height that translates into high pouring velocities and increased inclusions. Teapot ladles are limited in capacity and are difficult for the operator to manipulate. Both of these systems rely on manual control to deliver the metal to the sprue. This paper presents a new system that includes a redesigned ladle that has a larger capacity than teapot ladles. The movement of the ladle is computer controlled so that it will deliver metal to defined sprue location based on a prescribed flow and utilizing real time feedback of the ladle weight. The proposed system will deliver metal with a much lower pour height and metal velocity than the bottom pour ladle and easier to...

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  • British Design Legend Robert Welch Remembered in a New Book

    08/26/15 ,via

    From cutlery and candlesticks to table lamps and teapots, the British product designer Robert Welch ... Scandinavian-design-inspired experiments in stainless steel, to his eventual widespread commercial success that made him a household name.

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    08/15/15 ,via The Independent

    Danish super designer Arne Jacobsen created this teapot for Stelton, breaking with all the rules of a traditional pot. In polished stainless steel, with round body and a strange profile to spout and handle, it is an industrial design classic (hence the ...

  • Collab: Four Decades of Giving Modern and Contemporary Design At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art

    07/16/15 ,via CBS Philly

    Chrome-plated steel, lacquered caning, Armchair [1978-116-1]: 32 1/2 x ... 2000. See R & R for copyright Teapot, Lid, and Infuser from a Tea Service 1930-31 Designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld, Made by Jena Glaswerk Schott & Genossen Teapot, Lid, and Infuser ...

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