1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    This enamel ware coffee pot reminds me of the one my grandmother always had sitting on the back of her wood stove.. She always said that you should place your egg shells in the pot because it made the coffee clear. Since it was perked on the stove, I am guessing that it was often cloudy with sediment, but I don’t know how the egg shells changed that. Ever heard of this technique?

  2. Nancy Coughlin says:

    Feel like I could drink this whole pot of coffee, right now!

  3. Teri Schneider says:

    This picture makes me want to go camping!

  4. terry steinmetz says:

    I can smell the coffee! Wish we lived closer.

  5. Dianna says:

    I love old kitchen ware and really like enamel ware. the coffee pot is like one my sister has that she still makes coffee in.

  6. LuAnnA says:

    I was lucky enough to inherit a similar coffee pot that was passed down from my great grandma, to my grandma, and then to me. It’s a lighter blue-color speckle finish, with an emerald green glass knob on the lid (which I’m guessing was added later when the original lid handle came off). I remember as a little girl admiring the knob on that coffee pot, which is why I’m guessing Grandma gifted it to me. I remember Grandma making egg coffee, and bringing this big pot full of coffee, and a basket full of sandwiches, out to the fields where my Dad, Grandpa, Great-Uncle, and older brothers were baling hay.

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