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.
|Coffeepot 4 ½Dia x 8H