Vacuum coffee pot

Side view of a coffee pot showing the wooden handle. Side view of a coffee pot showing the wooden handle. Side view of a coffee pot showing the wooden handle. Side view of a coffee pot showing the spout. Underside view of a coffee pot showing the circular markings on the base. Side view of a coffee pot showing the filter holder. Top view of a coffee pot showing the filter holder. Top view of a coffee pot showing the filter holder and the stopper. Top view of a coffee pot showing the inner surfaces.
Side view of a coffee pot showing the wooden handle. Side view of a coffee pot showing the wooden handle. Side view of a coffee pot showing the wooden handle. Side view of a coffee pot showing the spout. Underside view of a coffee pot showing the circular markings on the base. Side view of a coffee pot showing the filter holder. Top view of a coffee pot showing the filter holder. Top view of a coffee pot showing the filter holder and the stopper. Top view of a coffee pot showing the inner surfaces.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 007131.1
Country
Date
1962

Description

A vacuum flask/coffee pot with wood trimmed handle and stopper, manufactured by Husqvarna Borstfabrik in 1962 and designed by Carl-Arne Breger. This flask is accompanied by a (non-matching) filter paper holder for ground coffee, which is designed to sit on top of the jug, filtering coffee directly into the heat retaining jug below. The jug is made in two distinct halves, the upper half is in a highly polished yellow ABS and the lower half of textured dark brown ABS, both halves surrounding the glass vacuum flask interior. See AIBDC : 007131.2 for filter paper holder.
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Dimensions
Height
285mm
Material Note
plastic
ABS outer casing
acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
glass vacuum flask
wood trim on handle and stopper
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