Replacement wooden collar for Chemex (from 6 cups onwards); with leather tie and wooden ball. Official Chemex product.
The Chemex coffee maker was invented in 1941 by Dr Peter Schlumbohm PhD. As a permanent exhibition piece at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and other museums, Chemex is a true work of art. Chemex is a family business with a head office located in Western Massachusetts. This is where their coffee makers, filters, kettles and accessories are made before being distributed across the globe. The symbolic Chemex coffee machine has remained unchanged for 70 years, and this is set to continue.