Need help identifying a antique Coffee Maker

by ANTHONY
(COLUMBUS,GA USA)


My mother is in search of information to a coffee maker that she has had all her life. It is a 2 or 3 part pot set not including the old fashioned powercord. I have it in my presence with all the model numbers, patent numbers, power cord patent numbers etc. Any information about this item would be greatly appreciated. I can be contacted by email in which i will get it immediately i will post the model number at the bottom. thanks so much and looking forward to seeing the outcome.


SALES@THEGIFTSPACE.NET
SUBJECT = COFFEE POT

MODEL:DSH-8i 3145-112
DES. NO. 93,957-8 87,182 OTHERS PENDING
THE SILEX CO.
I HAVE PICTURES BUT NOT SURE IF I CAN POST A LINK ON THIS SITE. THANKS !

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Jul 16, 2011
pot
by: Anonymous

mine is kind of the same but its all metal no glass i think ill try it today.

Jun 10, 2010
wow!
by: pistachio

plug it in and make some coffee,,,,,,

the whole silex concept with the water defying gravity and the grounds swimming in the water is ToTaLLy amazing to me......


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