Unique Coffee Maker

by Brittany Wilson

Unique Coffee Maker

Unique Coffee Maker


I saw this coffee maker (well I think it's a coffee maker) at the Kitchen and bath industry show in Chicago. It's a large convention for cabinetry but was mesmorized by this large coffee maker.

I have attached a picture hoping that you can help me identify the brand and where I could purchase one. Thank you!


It certainly looks interesting, but I’m afraid I have no idea what it might be.

But let’s leave the photo up here and hopefully someone else will see it, recognize it and leave a comment below.

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May 01, 2009
unique coffee maker
by: dougp

I can't tell in this photo but I looks very much like an authentic Italian espresso maker imported several decades ago. I've seen a similar one I the Gondolier restaurant in Boulder Colorado.

They talked about a workplace hazard called espresso wrist from operating the handles for steam all day long.

May 01, 2009
are you sure it is a coffee maker
by: Pistachio

maybe it is either a vacuum cleaner, an air purifier or a time machine!

May 01, 2009
Maybe an Elektra Belle Epoque ?
by: Anonymous


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