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A complete very rare Modernist porcelain coffee pot/pitcher set. Designed by Kenji Fujita for Freeman Lederman circa 1950's. This coffee carafe comes with a matching Freeman Lederman sugar and creamer.

Glossy white porcelain with a cane wrapped handle. Marked on the bottom with the "Freeman Lederman". A unique coffee carafe, with a wicker handle and a "Chemexā€¯ drip style design. Sure to compliment any Danish, modernist, mid-Century modern Eames inspired decor including designs by La Gardo Tackett. A showpiece for modern design. This coffee carafe is not to be used on a stove top!

Condition: All pieces are in great condition. Wicker handle also in great condition.

Approx. Measurements: Coffee Pot: 10.75" tall x 5.5" for diameter opening at the top lip
Creamer: 3" tall x 2.75" wide
Sugar: 3" tall x 2.5" wide

Shipped First Class mail with tracking. Please notify upon purchase if you would like to arrange alternative shipping methods. Insurance is included for all items over $50.00, please notify if you would like to add insurance to your order.

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Rare Kenji Fujita for Freeman Lederman Ceramic Coffee Pot/Pitcher Set - Lagardo Tackett Era