Aluminum Moka Pot Espresso Coffee Maker

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Nanjing Homearts Housewares Co., Ltd.

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Port: NINGBO
Payment Terms: L/C,T/T
Supply Ability: 300000 Piece/Pieces per Month
Type: Espresso Coffee Maker
Certification: LFGB
Housing Material: Aluminum
Capacity (Cup): 300
Model Number: 219600N
Brand Name: homearts
Place of Origin: Zhejiang China
size: 6cup
Color: pink
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Packaging Detail: COLOR BOX
Product Description

High quality Aluminium Moka Espresso Coffee Maker.

At the beginning of the twentieth century, although some coffee makers tended to uniformity of design (particularly stovetop percolators), others displayed a wide variety of styling differences. In particular, the vacuum brewer, which required two fully separate chambers joined in an hourglass configuration, seemed to inspire industrial designers. Interest in new designs for the vacuum brewer revived during the American Arts & Crafts movement with the introduction of "Silex" brand coffee makers, based on models developed by Massachusetts housewives Ann Bridges and Mrs. Sutton. Their use of Pyrex solved the problem of fragility and breakability that had made this type of machine commercially unattractive. During the 1930s, simple, clean forms, increasingly of metal, attracted positive attention from industrial designers heavily influenced by the functionalist imperative of the Bauhaus and Streamline movements. It was at this time that Sunbeam's sleek Coffeemaster vacuum brewer appeared, styled by the famous industrial designer Alfonso Iannelli. The popularity of glass and Pyrex globes temporarily revived during the Second World War, since aluminum, chrome, and other metals used in traditional coffee makers became restricted in availability.

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