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Handmade Wood Handle for Lever or Portafilter - La Pavoni Espresso Machines

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Handmade Wood Handle for Lever or Portafilter - La Pavoni Espresso Machines

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Made to order
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Description

We turn these handles from carefully selected domestic and exotic hardwoods. We finish our handles using a friction polishing technique. Using only all natural renewable resources shellac, linseed oil, walnut oil and other natural products. This finish strictly adheres to established food safe standards and qualifies as non-toxic and food safe. After the finishing process is complete, we apply a non-toxic wax which is a blend of natural beeswax, carnauba wax and citrus oils. Finally we buff the handle to a clear, hard, satin finish. Our handles feature stainless steel hardware that will never rust or corrode. (Priced Per Handle)


La Pavoni machines have small portafilter handles that crack and break with age. Many are now obsolete and due to the smaller diameter cannot be easily replaced by other production handles. Our wooden replacement handle is handmade to the original La Povoni handle dimensions.

We offer our replacement handles as follows:
M12 Thread handle comes with no insert screw is for the lever handle and attaches to the 12mm lever arm.
​M12 SS Insert Screw handle comes with a stainless 12mm insert that attaches to the portafilter basket.
Choose this option for the Portafiler handle because it comes with a Stainless Insert screw that replaces the original La Pavoni steel screw which is very prone to rust.
​M10 SS Insert Screw handle is for old versions using a M10 bolt from 1950 to 1953.

Portfilter handle replacement for La Pavoni by model year: (measure to confirm mm size)
All models after 1996 use this M12 version.
Then, to make things really complicated, versions from "around" 1994 and 1995, a M10 x M12 conversion bolt was used.
Old (from 1950 to 1993) versions used a M10 bolt.
We turn these handles from carefully selected domestic and exotic hardwoods. We finish our handles using a friction polishing technique. Using only all natural renewable resources shellac, linseed oil, walnut oil and other natural products. This finish strictly adheres to established food safe standards and qualifies as non-toxic and food safe. After the finishing process is complete, we apply a non-toxic wax which is a blend of natural beeswax, carnauba wax and citrus oils. Finally we buff the handle to a clear, hard, satin finish. Our handles feature stainless steel hardware that will never rust or corrode. (Priced Per Handle)


La Pavoni machines have small portafilter handles that crack and break with age. Many are now obsolete and due to the smaller diameter cannot be easily replaced by other production handles. Our wooden replacement handle is handmade to the original La Povoni handle dimensions.

We offer our replacement handles as follows:
M12 Thread handle comes with no insert screw is for the lever handle and attaches to the 12mm lever arm.
​M12 SS Insert Screw handle comes with a stainless 12mm insert that attaches to the portafilter basket.
Choose this option for the Portafiler handle because it comes with a Stainless Insert screw that replaces the original La Pavoni steel screw which is very prone to rust.
​M10 SS Insert Screw handle is for old versions using a M10 bolt from 1950 to 1953.

Portfilter handle replacement for La Pavoni by model year: (measure to confirm mm size)
All models after 1996 use this M12 version.
Then, to make things really complicated, versions from "around" 1994 and 1995, a M10 x M12 conversion bolt was used.
Old (from 1950 to 1993) versions used a M10 bolt.

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I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

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The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Returns and exchange details

We will process returns personally. Just contact us with your concerns.

Our general return policy is simple: 14 days money back and you pay return shipping.

Shipping policies

Domestic and most international shipments will ship via USPS or USPS Priority mail.
Most of our shipments will ship via USPS Priority.
International orders must contact us! We ship quickly and almost anywhere.
Custom charges are the responsibility of the purchaser.

Additional policies

Coffee Packaging
Roasted Coffee is packed in valved, food grade, Biotrē™ coffee bags to ensure freshness and superior quality. We use the Biotrē™ coffee bags because they are 60% (by weight) biodegradable, made from wood pulp, which is compostable. The other 40% of the bag is a polyethylene liner that has an additive, allowing the liner to break down within 5-10 years. (Biotrē™ 1.0: 60% compostable/60% renewable, not including the valve.) We do this because a standard plastic coffee bag can take up to one thousand years to decompose. So just remove the valve from the bag and compost.

Green Coffee is always packed in food grade vacuum sealed plastic bags. We buy these bags to ensure that the coffee beans arrive just the way it was shipped. Larger quantities are packaged in Grainpro Grainbags. We ship in these bags to ensure that the coffee beans arrive just the way it was shipped.

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