Vintage Turqoise Blue Coffee Maker

I used to have a vintage turquoise blue coffee maker. I do not know the brand; however, it was electric and I believe anodized aluminum or stainless steel with a glass top. I very much would like to replace it. Can you help?

From Randy:
You don't give me enough information to help you much. Was it a percolator, drip coffee maker, etc.? Sounds like it might have been a corning, but most of them were not made of anodized aluminum, but rather porcelain with different colored designs on them. You could try checking out my page: Corning Percolators or Vintage Pecolators

Other than what I could find, you might try looking on Ebay and Craigslist. People are always selling old items including vintage coffee makers of all types.

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Oct 07, 2013
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by: Dustin

I think I know what you're talking about here. If we're on the same wavelength, what you are looking for is a West Bend "Flav-O-Matic" percolator in "Delphinium Blue".

West Bend started making these showy coffee makers in the very early 1950's. They have a distinctive long spout and are made entirely of aluminum.

At first, they made these only in regular "polished" aluminum but soon introduced them in three "Decorator" colours in anodized aluminum: Delphinium Blue, Cherry Red and Gold. One of their features was that, due to the aluminum construction, they were lightweight. Other automatic percolators of the era were often made of chrome on copper which was better for keeping heat but added to weight. These were marketed as a "simple" automatic because there were no levers to set or lights to watch. You'd plug it in and about 15 minutes later, your coffee was ready.

Hope this helps - I have one of each of these in the blue and red, and also a plain aluminum one. I love them!

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