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Vintage H. F. Coors Chefsware #40 Lemon Yellow Tea Pot Circa 1960. What a perfect tiny tea pot.

H.F. Coors was formed in California in 1925 by Herman Franklin Coors, one of the sons of Adolf Coors, of Coors brewing Company. His factory was located in Los Angles and made dinnerware, and a product called "Chefsware" which was trademarked. These products were made for restaurants and the food service industry.

Catalina China Inc of Tuscon acquired the Company and moved everything to Tuscon in 2003, no more California Sun here.

This little Lemon Miss proudly stands 3 1/2" high and measures 5 1/2" from handle to spout and holds 1 1/4 cups of hot water, hot coffee or hot tea. Her lid sits nicely inside and is neat and compact. She has no cracks, or stains. She reports that has served many cups of hot coffee and tea and really likes her "gig", and really likes the service she has given to the public since the 1960's.

This would be perfect for the future Chef, any Tea lover and your special vintage friend whose birthday is around the corner.

Mrs. Pattmore of Downton Abbey saw this on the set of Season 3 filming this summer outside London and has already contacted me to Reserve it for her, including the Green Tea.

I just laughed and drank my Diet Peach Snapple and finished this listing!


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Reserved For Sue Vintage H. F. Coors Chefsware 40 Lemon Yellow Tea Pot Circa 1960


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: clay, glaze
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 203 reviews
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