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A very rare Modernist porcelain coffee pot/pitcher designed by Kenji Fujita for Freeman Lederman circa 1950's. In matt black porcelain on the outside and glossy white on the inside. Has a cane wrapped handle. Marked on the bottom "Freeman Lederman" with logo. A unique coffee carafe, with a wicker handle and a "Chemex” 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.

Condition: Very good. Some light surface scratching due to matte finish, not too noticeable unless looking up close (visible in 1st and 3rd photos) Wicker handle also in good condition.

Measurements: 10.75" Tall x 5.5" for diameter opening at the top lip

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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