A coffee percolator in stainless steel, made in the 2000s.
The percolator is a sort of pot that is used to brew coffee using gravity, filtering the water through the beans and then circulating the coffee around the pot over and over again - giving it a pleasant aroma. The taste on the other hand is a subject up for discussion by coffee-drinkers.
It was highly popular up until the 1970s when modern coffeemakers came to, but it is still used by many today.
Photo and recording by Helena Törnqvist.