There have really not been very many postings of Teakettle's on the blog. This is interesting since there are so many nice examples in collections. Here is an example with some nice green tone, and whittle. It was found in the famous "Teakettle hole" in Virginia City in 1972. There has been much speculation as to exactly how many Teakettle's were found in that hole, but can you just imagine what J.O. felt when he looked down and saw stacks of Teakettles? I have heard accounts of viewing many of them at the Reno show soon after being dug. Does anyone have a photo? I was 8 years old at the time, so missed that show. It would sure be a nice display at a show to showcase Teakettle's from dark chocolate to aqua!