Cuisinart Artiste CTK-20ART Stainless Steel 2-qt. Tea KettleItem#: HN-EMG874
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- 2-quart capacity
- Stainless steel construction; dishwasher-safe
- Whistles to signal boiling water
- Removable lid for easy filling
- Ergonomic comfort-grip handle
- Dimensions: 7.8L x 7.8W x 9H in.
A classic stovetop item, the Cuisinart © CTK-20ART Artiste" Stainless Steel 2-qt. Tea Kettle is made of gleaming stainless steel and makes enjoying tea hassle-free. You can see the water level inside, as the removable, contemporary lid is glass. If you've got other things to tend to while your tea kettle is heating, it'll whistle to signal when the water starts boiling. It's easy and safe to pour steaming water into your favorite hot drink thanks to the ergonomic comfort-grip handle. This dishwasher-safe tea kettle measures 7.8L x 7.8W x 9H inches.
One of the most recognized names in cookware and kitchen products, Cuisinart first became popular when introduced to the public by culinary experts Julia Child and James Beard. In 1973, the Cuisinart food processor revolutionized the way we create fine food and healthy dishes, and since that time Cuisinart has continued its path of innovation. Under management by the Conair Corporation since 1989, Cuisinart is a universally celebrated name in kitchens across the globe. With a full-service product line including bakeware, blenders, coffeemakers, cookware, countertop appliances, kitchen tools, and much, much more, Cuisinart products are preferred by chefs and loved by consumers for durability, ease of use, superior quality, and style.
Dimensions & Specifications
7.8L x 7.8W x 9H in.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
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