Strip Corkscrew “1802”

€315,00

Strip Corkscrew

Description

Elegant strip corkscrew with muflon 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 1802, Englishman Edward Thompson patented a corkscrew with a complex mechanism which allowed the user to extract the cork without touching it, perfectly in line with those times.

Details

Colour: brown with natural light veins

Logo Larusmiani carved on the alpacca seal

Made in Italy

Materials and care

Muflon 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

The horn of muflon  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.

Dimensions

Horn Length: 15 cm 

Worm Length: 8,5 cm


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