The body is cylindrical in shape, with a relief in the form of flat longitudinal and transverse stripes. The lid is smooth, with a low conical top. The handle is cast, in the shape of a ball. The cover is c-shaped, flat, with rectangular slots. Escutcheon plate is flat, oval. The nose is straight, conical. At the bottom there is a stamp: “Rochester.” The kettle rests on a stand in the form of a flat plate with rectangular wide legs. On the legs are holes of a rectangular shape. The legs are connected in the lower part by a flat figured plate with a ring in the middle part. A cylindrical shaped bulb with a conical cover and a screw for lifting the wick is inserted into the ring.