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Thread: Glass coffee pot

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    Senior Member skothing's Avatar
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    This was grandma she would have been 111 in oct this year. She used these for years.
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    I like the chair in picture #1. My husband's grandmother
    had a chair like in pic. #2.

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    sorry first pic wasn't suppose to be included.

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    We have one of these, it comes in very handy when the power goes out and I still want a pot! (Thank goodness for the gas range...)

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    i can rember my mema making coffie in theme loved to watch it make

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    I've got one of them too from my great grandmother! Love it!

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    I still have a coffee pot just like those!!!!! I don't use it, but I still have it packed away somewhere. I remember it made great coffee and I loved watchng it perk.

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    I'm pretty sure my Mom still has that one on her stove!!

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    My Mom had one of those!

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    Ummmmmm...Love my Keurig, but perking coffee sure filled the house with a wonderful aroma. Thanks for the memory.

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    My mom had them too. Long time ago.

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    I still use those. I have collected them for a few years - I use them for teapots in the winter.

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    I used to have one of those.

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    In picture #1' the two stuffed toys on either side(dogs)my daughters had those. They called them Wrinkle Dogs. They were puppets and the girls used to make up plays and dress them up. It was fun to see them again.

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    I have 2 of those that my mother had. She had bought an extra in case one broke. They make very good coffee. I use one once in a while when I am not in a hurry, otherwise I have a Bunn. The smell of perking coffee is wonderful, especially on a cold winter morning.

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    i have a couple of them too. my uncle has a cabin over by Kettle Falls, Wa and when my husband and I went ans spent the week ends with them that was the guys entertainment to watch the water turn brown in the coffee pot. hahaahah

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    I remember these percolators too :D:D:D

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    Thanks for posting pictures! Neat!

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    My grandma used the same type...

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    i still have one , I use it to make rice.Dottie Bug

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    aha!! I spot a couple of dinosaurs!!! (Of course I would...the wife of a palontologist!) LOL

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