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Dexam has been sourcing stylish kitchen and home goods since 1957, but it’s their range of ’50s and ’60s-inspired enamelware, launched in 2012, that we’re really crazy for. The cheerful milk jugs, coffee pots, mugs, and more not only look great, they’re also highly chip-resistant and safe to use with your stovetop, oven, and dishwasher.View Full Profile
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Enamel Coffee Pot
Enamel Coffee Pot
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This pot gets too hot to hold when filled with hot liquid. No tab to contain top so it will fall off when pouring if not enough liquid content remains toward the bottom and then the pourer must hold onto a too hot top.The pot opening is too wide to accommodate most Japanese pour over filter holders. This pot is too expensive for doing anything but holding flowers as a vase. That combined with expensive shipping charge makes shopping this site too hit and miss without any convenient retailer return. Don't bother.
Verified PurchaseSubmitted on: 11/14/2018 Reviewed by: genie B.
Prominately Displayed On Cook Books
Of course I bought this beautiful enamel coffee pot to heat milk for my lattes, but decided it was too pretty and now display it on my Nigella Lawson cookbooks. The midnight black enamel is stunning. Lots of comments from friends when they see it sitting on top of my collection of Nigella's books. Highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a unique coffee pot.
Verified PurchaseSubmitted on: 5/10/2018 Reviewed by: Anna V.
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