Period Reproductions and Restorations

Coffee Pot

Coffee Pot

This coffeepot is representative of a simple, early design. The body, sized so it could be cut from a single sheet of tinplate, falls just short of the mark – you will notice the need for a small triangular piece called a ‘gore’ under the handle. The beaded design running around the upper part of the body was made using a colander or coffeepot swedge (similar to the swedge pictured on the About Us page) – so named because it was commonly used to decorate these pieces of kitchenware. Coffee was brewed in another container and served in a pot such as this. This coffeepot has been assembled using lead-free solder and is safe to use.

K-120-PAR Coffeepot 4 ½”Dia x 8”H


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