Maria Coffeepot. Blue&White Porcelain. Gzhel
|Capacity||17 fl oz (500 ml)|
|Height||6.75'' (17.5 cm)|
|Picture / color||hand-painted|
|Additional Information||Each item is unique - no two are exactly the same.|
Before the invention of a coffee maker, coffee was served in a special porcelain or faience tableware, with a shape of a teapot. Moreover, the extremely fine and rare coffeepots are very popular with collectors and museums. The world's largest coffeepot museums are located in Germany, in the towns of Schoppenstedt and Buchlberg and contain over 5,000 items each!
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