Coffeepot by Jean E. Puiforcat (1897–1945). Date: 1922. Medium: Silver, lapis lazuli, and ivory. Puiforcat was an Art deco designer who attempted to distance himself from the previous generation's naturalism. In the coffeepot the lapis lazuli plays a functional role as well as decorative, due to its insulating feature. Reference: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Coffeepot. metmuseum. [Online]. Available: Follow Link.
Coffee Pot, Part of Coffee Service Designer: Sigvard Bernadotte (Swedish, Drottningholm Castle (near Stockholm) Stockholm) Manufacturer: Georg Jensen (Danish, Rådvad Hellerup) Date: ca. 1939 Medium: Silver and wood
Gerhard Marcks, "Sintrax" Coffeepot, Coffee maker or science experiment? You decide. I like anything that resembles industrial labware; I've always been inclined towards utilitarian items in the kitchen (Pyrex etc).
This set was designed by Henry Dreyfuss for the New York Central Railroad. International Silver Co. Designed by Henry Dreyfuss
Part of a coffee set by Josef Hoffmann. Date: 1909-1911. Manufacturer: Wiener Werkstatte factory. Medium: wood, silver alloy, silver. Technique: electroplated, ebonised. Who: Hoffmann played a pivotal role in the formation of the Secessionists in 1897. He later left and helped establish the Wiener Werkstatte where he designed a variety of products. Reference: The British Museum. Coffee-set / Coffee-pot. Collection online. [Online]. Available: Follow Link.