Antique Coffee Maker - Lander, Frary & Clark

Heritage1966July 7, 2012

I wonder if you can help .... I am trying to find a part for an antique copper coffee maker ... "Universal" made by Lander, Frary & Clark of New Britain, CT, likely around 1900 - 1915. My grandmother perchased it used around 1920 and used it for my grandfather and the hired hands who worked on his dairy farm in WI (he was a survivor of the Lusitania sinking, incidentally, and he moved far inland from NYC after surviving that disaster). It is copper, round with three curved legs and a spiket, an alcohol or oil lamp beneath, a drip catcher bowl, a copper tray, and I would guess it made/held about a dozen or so cups. I am missing the glass dome that sat at the very top. I saw one today for sale elsewhere on the internet. Any help you could provide would be appreciated.

Best, Heritage 1966

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Did you contact the eBay seller?

    Bookmark   July 26, 2012 at 10:48PM
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If it's the glass percolator that fits in the lid, you might take a peek around the site mentioned below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Glass Percolator Top (fits in lid)

    Bookmark   July 27, 2012 at 12:26AM
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