The Russell Hobbs 23907 Emma Bridgewater Toast And Marmalade Kettle is a beautifully designed kettle, with a cream finish, smart accents and lovely typography associated with the Emma Bridgewater brand. In a conversation between Emma Bridgewater and Russell Hobbs, the result was the 23907 Toast and Marmalade kettle. The kettle has been designed to match the famous Emma Bridgewater pottery range - a feat that it executes rather well.
One feature we particularly love about this kettle is the typography. It's evident from the above picture that the "Rise and Shine" on the front appears to be hand drawn, which we feel matches the overall theme perfectly.
As well as the design, the Toast and Marmalade Kettle is very functional and is packed with modern features. For example, the kettle utilises rapid boil technology, has a spout designed to give the perfect pour and has internal rapid boil zones to help you save on electricity.
Emma Bridgewater are a ceramics designer. They make earthenware pottery designs which are often put on to products such as household appliances. Their recognisable designs include Black Toast (as featured on the 23907 Toast and Marmalade Kettle), Polka Dots and Pink Hearts.
Russell Hobbs are the American/British brand who sell a plethora of household appliances. They sell kettles, toasters, microwaves, heaters, irons and more. They've become a household name, with a reputation for reliability and trustworthiness.
In detail, here are some of the features:
As seen below, there's a water window above the on/off switch:
There's a video on amazon.co.uk which shows off the kettle's features.
Russell Hobbs / Emma Bridgewater also sell a matching 2 slice and 4 slice toaster, as shown below:
Overall, we think that the Toast and Marmalade Kettle is a lovely kettle. The combination of Russell Hobbs technology with Emma Bridgewater design makes it ideal for both the traditional and modern kitchen. It's even better if you already have products with Emma Bridgewater's designs on. We rate this kettle 4.5/5 stars.