A highly unusual vintage piece, this gorgeous bright orange kettle was made by the GEC Company in South Africa in the early 1970s, from a plastic invented by them in the early 1960s. The material was “Noryl” a heat resistant plastic developed by GEC in 1964. It was later used for the dashboard of the VW Golf Mk1.
This amazing piece of 1970s history, with its atomic heritage, is still in full working order and in excellent vintage condition. It really is quite rare to find an electrical item still in its original box, especially as it comes with the instructions and “Noryl” label included.
I have never seen another like it, nor have I found one online, so you really will be buying a unique item to show off in your retro kitchen!
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