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WoodRiver

Antique Style Side Crank Coffee Grinder Kit Mechanism - Cast Bronzed

$27.99

Our WoodRiver® Cast Bronzed Antique Style Coffee Grinder Mechanism Kit allows you to build a custom one-of-a-kind grinder for the coffee lover in your family to provide fresh coffee grounds whenever needed. Build any style box with a drawer and bore a hole to accommodate the grinder...

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Our WoodRiver® Cast Bronzed Antique Style Coffee Grinder Mechanism Kit allows you to build a custom one-of-a-kind grinder for the coffee lover in your family to provide fresh coffee grounds whenever needed. Build any style box with a drawer and bore a hole to accommodate the grinder mechanism. Kit features a high quality ceramic grinding mechanism for years of use, along with a finial that adjusts for the ultimate grind, anywhere from a coarse to fine. Kit includes grinding mechanism, hand crank with knob, and mounting fasteners.
Features:

  • High quality ceramic grinding mechanism
  • Build any style box with drawer
  • Finial adjusts to allow for coarse to fine grind
  • Cast bronzed finish
Specifications:
  • Grinder Measures: 3-1/8" x 3-1/8" x 6-3/4"
What's Included:
  • (1) WoodRiver - Antique Style Side Crank Coffee Grinder Kit Mechanism - Cast Bronzed
Notes:
  • Building material sold separately.

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    great project but not for sales

    Made 10 of these exactly like the images shows using red oak about 3 years ago tried to sell them at $100 each at craft fairs and a few galleries still have 3 left, not a big seller here in the northeast but for what the mechanism cost with tax, shipping not to mention the wood and time involved I would do it again unless you're a hobbyist with time and a fat pension.

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