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Victorian Coffee Makers

Yes, I know. It's pink. But how much better would my coffee be each morning just Knowing it was produced by this exquisitely beautiful machine?


A Victorian sterling silver coffee pot £695.00 YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1836 ORIGIN: London, England MAKER: Richard William Atkins & William Nathaniel Somersall

Chambord cheesecake - this is probably my #1 all time "signature" thing if there is such a thing. Easy to make, and a HUGE bang for your buck in the impressiveness department, apparently.

Lot No 486 A Victorian silver baluster coffee pot, the repousse floral and scroll decoration with vacant cartouche and S scroll handle, Sheffield 1900, maker J H Potter, approx 33 ozs, sold for £380

On this day 19th September 1839 George Cadbury was born in Birmingham, UK, son of John Cadbury, tea and coffee merchant, A Quaker, he believed in taking care of the welfare of his workforce and he created a model village for is employees to live in at Bournville, Birminham, UK


Love my aeropress-- makes a single, perfect cup of coffee. We use it "upside down" like this. About $25.

from eBay

Antique Victorian W. Andrews Trunk Maker Chest Toy Blanket Tack Box Coffee Table