London Soda Siphon Original 1930


In the 1930s, Londoners danced to the sounds of live music in London dance halls and appreciated soda water like never before. But for our Sparklets London Soda Siphon, it was also the time when it sparkled in British movie scenes.


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    CO2 Soda Capsules 12,50125,00

London in the 1930s

In the 1930s, London resisted the Great Depression. The city's population boomed, electricity and automobiles replaced gas lighting and carriages. The Art Deco movement - a new style of art - became popular in painting, furniture design and architecture.

In contrast to the pervasive poverty and unemployment everywhere else, Londoners danced to "Knees Up Mother Brown" sung by live bands in dance halls and parks. Restaurants offered dance floors and live music; there Sparklets soda siphons were more present than ever and highly appreciated.

It was also time for the Sparklets London Corporation to present the D-Type of the siphon, a successor to the C-Type that appeared in the 1920s. The new Sparklets London soda siphons were produced in large quantities.

The great era of cinema dawned when the first color films appeared. Now soda siphons were a frequent guest in films of the Marx Brothers and the Three Stooges. A glamorous era for Sparklets London Soda Siphons!


A Hand-restored Original

Jeder einzelne von uns restaurierte Soda Siphon ist ein Original aus den 1930er Jahren. Diese wurden nach sehr hohen Ansprüchen an Beständigkeit und Verarbeitung hergestellt.

All spare parts we use are either original or have been manufactured by us specifically for this purpose.  In this way, we ensure that the original condition is preserved as far as possible.


Included in Delivery

This soda siphon is the so-called D-Type.  This is a technical development of the C-Type model of the 1920s.  A new feature is the check valve, which allows the capsule holder to be removed during operation.  The hand-blown glass bottle with more corrosion-resistant wire mesh was manufactured in Czechoslovakia between 1930 and 1940.  A bottle with a tapered foot was developed especially for the market in Great Britain.

  • London 1930 Soda Siphon
  • Head and bottle mesh newly chrome-plated
  • Capacity: 1 litre; weight: approx. 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs)
  • Height: 35 cm (14 in); diameter: 11 cm (4 in)
  • Capsule holder and CO2 capsules
  • Wooden box
  • Restoration certificate

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