However, if you plan on using your mill on a daily basis, I would recommend one with a cast iron body rather than a wooden one.While age has almost no negative effects on cast iron mills, over time the joints and nails in a wooden mill have a tendency to loose some of their original strength.Using Zassenhaus as a benchmark for authenticity of an antique coffee grinder, this article will outline the best six products in this category.The products will be ranked according to their aesthetics, performance, build quality, and authenticity to original designs.Lost items may not always be available for replacement, in which case a refund will be issued.Searching for the best antique coffee grinder is a dive into coffee grinding history.Payment by VISA or MASTERCARD may also be made via PAYPAL.Contact PAYPAL information on how to establish one of their convenient accounts.
Using designs that have remained largely unchanged from the 1800s, Zassenhaus antique coffee grinders are some of the best available.
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I wish all the mills that I purchase had beautiful original paint and all parts intact, but unfortunately some of the mills that I purchase have spent many years in less than ideal conditions and look like this by the time I get them.
After the mill has been disassembled (a replacement had to be located for the broken handle), the parts are either sandblasted or wire brushed down to bare metal which leaves it looking like this.
We started hunting for a solution and eventually found our first Arcade 25 coffee mill.