Vintage "Melitta 103" porcelain drip filter by Melitta Bentz, Germany 1970

Poland
$35.65

About this vintage design furniture

Porcelain filter - drip type 103 by Melitta for brewing coffee. Signature on the wall, number of holes - 3. The size allows you to brew up to three cups of coffee. Original filter, very well preserved. The porcelain is clean. Porcelain filter – drip designed by Melitta Bentz, who patented porcelain drippers. It is used to brew coffee using the pour-over method. Just put a paper filter in it, add ground coffee, place the dripper on a jug or mug and pour hot water over the coffee. The idea was born in a kitchen in 1908 in Dresden. Housewife Melitta Benz, wanting to speed up the preparation of her morning coffee, punched holes in the bottom of a tin can and placed tissue paper from her son's school notebook on it. Shortly thereafter, she submitted this invention to the patent office. Melitta filters are known all over the world. Dimensions: 103: height 14 cm | 5.51 inch, diameter: 15 cm | 5.90 inches Total weight: 870 g Very good used vintage condition. Reference : 309119

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Features

Length
15 cm
Height
14 cm
Depth
15 cm
Condition
Good
Style
Mid Century
Period
1960s
Origin
German
Colour
White
Main material
Ceramic
Other material
Porcelain

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