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Copper coffee pot with a long trough-like spout curving out from the body. The outer metal of the pot is a dark gold-brown colour, whereas the inside, and underside of the lid, is silver coloured. The lid has a bronze finial on top. The pot has a long handle made of a long, strip of bronze metal, soldered at the base, then riveted through the body, at the rim. The lid is attached with rivets to a hinging mechanism at the top of the handle. The lid is hollow but the bottom has been covered with a piece of silver coloured metal. There is a small stamp on the upper side in Arabic.


Koerner said he was gifted the pot, about forty years ago, from Crown Prince Saad in Saudi Arabia.

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