This is a very rare drip style coffee pot made by Kent Products Co. in Chicago Illinois back in the 1940’s. It is in very nice condition, with a couple of extra plastic pieces that just sit on top of the top glass bowl for storage. The flat red piece is actually a stand for the top glass bowl once the coffee has been brewed. It is not used as a top. The top bowl is removed once brewing is complete and put in the red stand. Better than lying it on its side on the counter I would imagine. There is also a red plastic scoop for your coffee.
The glass pots are in excellent condition with no damage that I could find. The red flashing with gold accents is in very nice condition with minimal wear. The black rubber gasket does have a few nicks in it and is a bit stiff but still very usable. It fits over the bottom of the top bowl.
I found the instructions for making the ‘World’s Finest Cup of Coffee’ online at this site: http://www.baharris.org/coffee/Collection.htm. Just look for this model by Kent in the listing and you can print off the instructions to make coffee. The Automatic Timer-Filter is the porcelain piece that fits inside the top glass bowl. To brew coffee you fill the bottom bowl with water and the top bowl with ground coffee and then put in on the stove to boil. The boiled water rises up into the top bowl saturating the coffee. Allow to boil in the upper bowl for about 1 minute then remove the brewer from the stove. When the coffee has drained back into the lower bowl, remove the upper bowl and serve. Voila!!!
I have this displayed at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.
Priced at $35