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Coffee Tea Pot?


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Old 09-18-2017, 04:57:08 PM
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Hello, trying to figure out what this is. It has a cup inside like a percolator coffee pot and the coil in the bottom extends through the center of the pot where the cup sets. The cup inside has no holes like a coffee pot. I'm guessing steam or hot water went through this? Anyway trying to figure this one out. Thanks
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Looks like a version of a samovar.....
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Thanks Mike I do believe you figured it out. Thanks
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Looking at the coil in bottom, I wonder if it was used as auxiliary to heat water for beverages at a location where boiler was in use for larger function.
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