Paris in the 1920s
The splendor of the Golden Twenties! At the end of the First World War, Paris breathes hope and excitement at the same time. A wind of modernization sweeps through the entire city as the Art Deco movement and the fashion-able Coco Chanel find ever-increasing popularity among Parisians.
The emancipation of women played a major role in society. The cultural, artistic and intellectual scene of Paris shined out all over the world. The Moulin Rouge was booming again and offered space to dance the famous can-can. Music clubs were well filled, bistros and brasseries use their siphons to satisfy the thirst of the young and merry Parisians.
The Sparklets Paris Soda Siphon was a special model and made exclusively to suit the tastes of Paris. Today it is an extremely rare collector's model.
The Soda Syphon was spotted on café terraces around the tranquil streets surrounding Montmatre, where artists like Picasso were regular visitors. Synonymous with "Parisian chic," the Sparklets Paris Soda Syphon had now definitively become part of Parisian culture.
A Hand-restored Original
Every single soda siphon we restore is an original from the 1920s. These were made to very high standards of durability and workmanship at the time.
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
The soda siphon is the so-called C-type - characteristic of the 1920s models, the bulb holder must remain on the soda siphon during operation. The mouth-blown glass bottle with wire mesh was manufactured in Czechoslovakia between 1920 and 1930.
- Soda Siphon 1920
- Head and bottle mesh newly chrome-plated
- Capacity: 1 litre; weight: approx. 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs)
- Capsule holder and CO2 capsules
- Wooden box
- Restoration certificate