Strip Corkscrew “1728”

€315,00

Strip Corkscrew

Description

Elegant strip corkscrew with deer horn handle. The pointed metallic helix, often called worm, is made of stainless steel and attached to the handle through a small brass cylinder.

Did you know that?

In Italy, the year 1728 marked the beginning of selling wine in glass bottles. Until then, the wine was stored in barrels or kegs and the bottles were only used opened to move it from the wine cellar to the table. From that moment, it became necessary to find a system to seal the bottles during transport and to unseal them once on the table.

Details

Colour: brown with natural light veins

Logo Larusmiani carved on the alpacca seal

Made in Italy

Materials and care

Deer horn*

Brass

Alpacca

Never leave item under direct heat (sun for example)

Keep in a dry environment

Never use dishwasher

Wash it with warm water and delicate soap

Never leave item soaking in water

Avoid chemicals, strong detergents, abrasive cleaning materials or scrubbers

*No deer is abused or deprived of his antlers in a violent way.
Each year the male deer spontaneously lose their antlers between February and March, after the mating season, the regrowth of the new antlers begins shortly after.

Dimensions

Horn Length: 11 cm 

Worm Length: 8,5 cm