Strip Corkscrew “1795”


Strip Corkscrew


Elegant strip corkscrew with springbok 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?

Englishman Samuel Henshall received the first patent for a corkscrew in 1795. The tool consisted of a pointed metallic helix attached to a handle and a small disc placed between the two parts to prevent the helix from going too deep into the cork.


Colour: dark brown with natural spiral veins

Larusmiani logo on the side

Made in Italy

Materials and care

Springbok horn*


* The horn of springbok uses to manufacture our items exclusively comes from controlled breeding, from animals not protected by government laws since they are not under threat.
These materials are entirely hand worked with only few electric tools


Horn Length: 15 cm

Worm Length: 8,5 cm