~Arts & Crafts Era Copper Percolator~Copper became a popular metal with the arts & crafts makers of the early 1900's & decorative pieces were made. This piece was made by the S. Sternau & Company of New York. It is hammered copper with a lot of attention to detail. The Sterno Inferno piece under the pot has impressed marks on the bottom as seen in the photo which reads "Patented April 1 - 1902" and under that is "Patented Feb 17 - 1903". It also has impressed marks of "S Sternau & Co New York 863". I am told it is seen in Kovel's 1995 edition. USPS shipping. Payment to be made within 7 days. Insurance is optional, please ask. Thanks for your interest. Adding dimensions. This was difficult to measure due to the shape, but appears to be approximately 13 -1/2" tall and 8" wide or tabouts. Click Double your traffic. Try Vendio Gallery Risk FREE!
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