Hi, I have a perfect coffee pot I would like to sell. I wondered if anybody has a history of this pattern or an idea of value? I know it was bought in the late 1960s :)
Look at Replacements, Ltd.
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Thanks but I have already looked on there and it says it is worth $749.95! That seems just a little pie in the sky LOL
I was wondering if anybody had a more realistic idea of its value?
There's one on eBay for $249.50 or close....it's in the UK so shipping would be an issue.
I think I may be in love with that pattern!!!!
Here is a link that might be useful: Coffee pot
The pattern is fab isn't it?
The one on Ebay in the UK is mine :)
I have ended up taking a guess and have put it on at a third of replacements.com with best offer and international insured shipping. Now I will just wait and see if anybody shows any interest.
I just wish I had owned a tea pot in this pattern not a coffee pot else I wouldn't have needed to sell it. I don't drink coffee! LOL
Gosh, I would use it for tea in that case, and I would make a darling tea cozy for it too, Butterfly!
Not to be a total crank, but if you'd already been to Replacements, why not say so in the first post? Did you submit it to them and what did they offer?
Sorry, I should have done! To be honest I had looked and found replacements and also somebody trying to sell one for $995. I dismissed both of them because they just seemed insanely high. In fact all the items they were selling seem very high to me. I can't submit the item to replacements because I am in the UK.
I guess I was hoping for somebody who has perhaps had one and actually sold it or knows something about this pattern to give a realistic idea as to value :)
Thanks for all your help x
It is a gorgeous pattern! I wouldn't pay that kind of money for a coffee pot, but it is lovely, I wish you the best with your sale of it!
I wouldn't pay that kind of money either, partly because I'm always on the prowl for a good bargain and partly the need to be budget conscious because of the economy. But I agree, it's a very pretty pattern, I wouldn't mind having a whole set of it!