Vintage Copper French Coffee Pot with Wooden Handle, Late 19th Century
Un café, s’il vous plaît.
It’s quite possible that coffee has inspired more tinkering and invention than just about any other beverage (and we totally get it—there’s nothing like a beautifully-brewed cup of joe). You can see signs of that thinking in this lovely vintage French pot from about 1880: It’s got the classic hand-turned wooden handle at a right angle to the spout, a throw-back to an earlier time. Plus, the base is extra wide to catch coffee grounds from slipping out. Oh, and get this: The bottom of the spout is low enough to get all those last drops of coffee, but not any grounds. Pretty ingenious, huh?
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Photography by Ty Mecham
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