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This Art Deco influenced Model 90 electric hot water kettle was made by Manning Bowman probably during WWII, shortly after the Company was acquired by McGraw Electric in 1941. It features dark brown Catalin base, handle and lid finial. A brass plate reading Manning Bowman is riveted to the base under the kettle’s spout. With the lid in place, the kettle measures 7’ high by 10’ wide from spout to handle. The cord is heavy duty. The copper finish has some patina and, if you prefer the shiny penny look, it would probably benefit from some copper polish. It heats up quickly for use and could also be a wonderful display piece from the past. This particular kettle is pictured in the book entitled, Art Deco Chrome by Jim Linz. The quality of vintage American made appliances, such as this, cannot be matched to today’s made products. Cash only. Pickup in New Hyde Park.
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