COFFEE URN, Bastian Blessing, antique, black, chrome

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 12,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

COFFEE URN, ANTIQUE, Black Porcelain, Bastian Blessing

Up for auction is this stunning original black porcelain enamel and chrome Bastian Blessing coffee urn. T are so many deatils on this the claw feet, the use of chrome plating .... The urn is 41 inches tall and 14 inches in diameter. The weight is 89 pounds unpacked. The urn is being sold as is. T is not cloth basket filter or glass tubes with the urn. We will deliver with a 100 mile radius of Boston for $60.00
The Bastian-Blessing Company was started by Charles Bastian and Lewis Blessing. They were employees of the Liquid Carbonic Company that had been founded by Jacob Baur in 1888. Liquid Carbonic had been the first midwestern company that produced liquefied carbon dioxide for making soft drinks. Bastian and Blessing left the Liquid Carbonic Company in 1908 and started their own company w they manufactured soda fountains. The Bastian-Blessing corporate offices and factory were based in Chicago, Illinois. A second factory was located in Grand Haven, Michigan from 1910 until 1988. In addition, they had a showroom that was located in NYC. They started a new division called RegO in 1918 that manufactured gas-welding equipment. Today Bastian-Blessing operates under the RegO name. But in its heyday, Bastian-Blessing was not only one of the earliest manufacturers of soda fountains, but the finest.
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Packing and shipping charges of $105.00 to be paid by buyer. Item can be picked up or delivered for $50 USD within 100 radius of Boston.

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