A super cool vintage cafetiere in a wonderful shade of blue, white/cream, and complimented by a chrome filter with little black (possibly Bakelite) plastic handles. This coffee pot is by German Villeroy & Boch but manufactured in France for the French market where as the chrome filter section is by Salam - so it's a collaboration of two premier manufacturers. You will not be disappointed! Circa. mid-20th century
Condition: pot is in great used vintage condition with age-related wear such as the attractive old crazing that covers it; inside is also crazed not to mention lovely and clean; there are no chips, cracks, or nibbles! The chrome filter has fine scratches/tarnishing that is to be expected on an old piece such as this; there is some minor rusty patina to the filter section that pulls out - other than that it's super nice example to decorate your vintage or French-themed kitchen.
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Height: 24 cm (approx. 9.5'')
Width at widest (which is the tip of spout to the end of the pot's handle): 22 cm (8 and 3/4'')
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