This is a little off the subject of jewelry, but I thought maybe
someone out there could help. I have a cast iron tea kettle that
is coated with black enamel. On the inside, some of the enamel
chipped off (it popped off when it was on a burner with no water
in it) and in that area the metal has rusted, so I have not been
using it. I have an enameling kiln, but it is a small one for
jewelry and I would not be able to put the cover on with the
teapot sitting in it, although I might be able to fit a flower
pot or something over it to enclose the teapot. Is there some
way I can repair it? Is there somewhere I can bring it (in the
New York area) to have it repaired?
Thanks for any input.