I'm participating in Vintage Thingies Thursday again, hosted by Colorado Lady. Go visit and see who else is posting their vintage thingies.
I thought I would post a couple of my old coffee pots. This first one is for small gatherings. . .
but, if you are going to have a lot of people over for coffee, you might want to use this one. This enamelware coffee pot is huge and it is stamped on the bottom USN. I would say that stands for United States Navy. I really like this one.
If I'm going to have coffee, I have to have cream in mine, I don't like it black. I have some old creamers to pick from. The first one I got was the Shawnee corn creamer, I love it. I got it at a thrift store a long time ago for only 75 cents. I like the little cows, too. The blue creamer in front was my mother's.
To drink our coffee in, I have some colorful cups and mugs. I love the milk glass ones in the back, the Esso Tiger is on one of them. On the left is a stack of vintage Fiesta cups and on the right are Harlequin and Riviera cups. The little Fiesta demitasse cup in front is colored chartreuse. I really got lucky when I found it one day. I found out when I got home that the 50s colors in the demitasse cups are worth more than the older colors.
So pull up a chair and have a cup of coffee with me. Which cup do you want to use?