Coffee Pot

The perculator is disassembled.
The perculator is disassembled.

This is an old coffee pot from the 1960s. Even though my family barely knows any history. This was something very special to my grandma. (1940-2006). In the 60s/70s. My mom was in a family that would have big arguments over who made coffee. One might argue the coffee was really weak.
Nowadays things haven’t really changed. Me and my mom still argue over who makes the coffee. (She dosen’t know how to use my Moka Pot after all).
Unfortunatly my family’s history is largly undocumented. We know we came from eastern Europe in the late 1800s. But I could not fish something that was from eastern Europe. 
Anyway, back to the pot. The coffee pot is no longer in use as it makes 9 cups at a time (way too much). And takes forever. Now I use a Moka Pot (Italian perculator for Espresso) and a Hamilton Beach BrewStation (electric coffee maker). 
Even though the Perculator is not in use. It reflects my familys (and my) love for coffee.

Year: 1890

– Benji

Relationship:  Great-grandchild of im/migrant or more Great-grandchild of im/migrant or more