Patent Model - Machine for Expressing the Juice From Grapes, &c.

Maker and role
Pierre Chavanette (French), Patentee
August Partz, Assignee
Production date
Feb 17 1880
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Object detail

Metal, wood
9 x 12 x 9" (22.9 x 30.5 x 22.9cm)
The object of Chavanette’s invention was to make it easier and faster to express juice from grapes “…and at the same time a complete or partial separation of their pips, pellicles, and stems, so that the wine-maker may readily obtain his material in such a condition as to enable him to produce…the best wine that can be had from any given kind of grapes…” (Patent Number 224,648)
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