Vintage Copper Large Coffeepot, Late 19th Century
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A beautiful way to caffeinate.
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Vintage copper—is there a dreamier sight? Whether it’s a gleaming tea kettle or a well-worn (but well-loved!) gratin dish, copper lends easy, warm elegance to a home, without all the stuffiness. We’ve brought you an assortment of stunning, one-of-a-kind finds from Coppermill Kitchen to add to your collection (you won't find them anywhere else!), exclusive to the Food52 Shop. This rare c.1880 coffeepot features a hand-carved brass honeycomb finial, a hand-cut heart-shaped copper flange secured to the pot by three copper rivets, a gooseneck spout, dovetailed seams up one side, and its original turned wood handle with a brass ring on the end. Marked to the underside is its maker, "William Soutter of Birmingham."
All items from Coppermill Kitchen are final sale. Items may vary slightly from what is pictured.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
England, c. 1880
Copper with a brass finial
9.75" H (with finial) and holds 1.5 Quarts
Care & Notes -
Care instructions come with the piece.
Meet the Maker
Beth Sweeney follows her passion wherever the copper takes her -- which is mostly across Europe. Buying her first copper pot for her own collection was the catalyst for Coppermill Kitchen, and ever since, she’s dedicated her life to her craft. She searches tirelessly for the perfect pieces, right down to the hand-cut dovetailing, the original maker’s marks, and most importantly, the story behind each one.View Full Profile
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