Berlin 1920's Soda Siphon

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Berlin 1920's Soda Siphon

900.00

Berlin experienced perhaps its most glamourous and prosperous times in the 1920s. As one of Europe’s cultural epicenters Berlin thrived as scientists and artists revolutionized modern thought and art. The Heimsyphon Berlin became a favorite of Berlin's society thanks to unprecedented build quality and materials.

Each one of our Soda Siphons is an original from the 1920s / 1930s. It was manufactured to meet very high demands towards quality and durability no longer prevalent in industrial production today.

All spare parts used during the restoration are either original or were custom made on site for this purpose. This way we ensure that the original state of the soda siphon is preserved to the highest possible degree.

In the year 1920, Karl Hinz obtained the German production rights for Sparkles Soda Siphons, which were in high demand at the time internationally. In the following year he presented a version designed for the German market under the name ‘Heimsyphon Berlin’ which became a favorite of Berlin's society thanks to unprecedented build quality and materials.

The Heimsyphon Berlin Soda Siphon is a “C-Type” soda siphon. Characteristic for C-Type seltzer bottles, the bulb holder stays in place during use. The mouth-blown glass bottle was manufactured in Czechoslovakia between 1920 and 1930. All metallic parts were manufactured in Germany and the Siphon was assembled at the Heimsyphon facility in Berlin.

Only few Heimsyphon soda siphons of this era survived the war hidden in attics and cellars – and only a select number of those are intact enough to meet our high standards.

 

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