Coffee-maker consisting of a clear glass jug, with black composite handle, suspended on a black composite frame, the base of which is pressed metal - perhaps chrome-plated. Below the jug is a vessel to hold flammable material with a wick unit sat on the top. To the side, a clear glass bowl, with an open tube at the base, joined to the bowl by a rubber seal. The bowl contains a pressed glass stopper. On the underside of the base, the surface is decorated with a squared pattern. There are a number of marks and five black plastic 'feet'. Maker's marks, those on glass etched.

An00018946 001 l

Thing

Made Of
metal, plastic, rubber, glass, chromium, fibre
Type of Thing
coffee-percolator
Techniques
chromium-plated, etched, pressed, cast, blown

Place

Made In
London, Germany

Time

Acquired In
1997
Made
1962

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