Up for auction is this interesting ANTIQUE CAST IRON TEA KETTLE;with adjoining lid. It is very early, late 1800's; and measures 9" across X 7" tall. The kettle weighs about 15 lbs; and has hand forged spout. This would be the type that set right on an antique stove; as it has a raised base that measures 7" across. Please see pictures to fully appreciate this early piece of cast iron!Questions: Please feel free to email us with questions about the item(s) you are interested in prior to bidding . Payment methods: Paypal is an acceptable method of payment, but money orders are preferred. Personal checks are also acceptable, however that method will require ten business-days prior to our shipping of the item. Shipping quotes & costs: Buyer agrees to pay shipping, handling, as well as an appropriate amount of shipping insurance. Insurance is required on any item valued at above $10 USD. We will ship via USPS or UPS whichever you prefer. We can package your item for you. Handling fee may apply. Gift wrapping available upon request. Item pick-up; or local delivery (w/fee); can be arranged. Merchandise return policy: We pride ourselves in offering a wide variety of quality vintage, antique and collectible items at reasonable prices. We represent 15+ years of experience in the antiques market. Our items are located, transported, researched, restored ( when needed ), then digitally photographed and represented to the best of our ability and knowledge. In the event an item contains a noted imperfection; it will either be made mention of in the item description or visible in one of the items photographs. Item descriptions are offered to interested buyers solely as a courtesy and make no claim as to an item(s) literal or exact condition. Please feel free to email us with any and all questions about the item(s) you are interested in, prior to bidding, as all sales are final. In the event an item arrives to you damaged in any way; and insurance was purchased; Email us for the shipping information in order for you to resolve the issue with whom-ever you chose to transport the item.