|Object Name||Maker, Coffee|
|Used||Blue Mountain House|
a: Coffee maker. Stainless steel. Maker has squared sides with rounded corners. Lid (b) with wooden handle opens to reveal well inside maker. Decorative depressions on 3 sides gives paneled appearance. Two spigot assemblies in front, one shorter than the other, consist of glass tubes connecting pipes attached to the maker at bottom and top with a spigot and plastic operating handle at the bottom. Proper right assembly has metal strips on either side of the glass tube, one with numbers and hash marks engraved on it. Another valve with a plastic rotating handle is on proper left side, probably to be attached to a source of hot water outside the maker. Empty bottom portion has vertical cutouts around the sides and a large circular cutout in front to act as a vented stand for the operating portin of the coffe maker.
b: Lid c: Bent wire assembly. Made from a single piece of metal wire that is bent to form a circle with an arch over it. Shape is held in place by a metal bracket as well as a hook bent into one end of the wire. Wire probably fits on top of the well inside the maker.
Prior marks include engraving on top portion of proper right spigot assembly: "US Pat Pend/733865".
Height includes lid.
|Dimensions||H-38.5 W-14 D-14 inches|