The wine bottle corkscrew is designed to break the seal between the bottle and cork without damaging the glass bottle.
Feel free to drop by and have a look and put your own wine bottle corkscrew to use.
Did you know that there was so much history behind wine bottle corkscrews?
The exact inventor of the corkscrew is unknown, but it is largely believed to have derived from a similar device that would remove bullets stuck in rifles. From to the mid-1900s, several different types of bottle corkscrews were patented in several countries in Europe and North America.
However, the first known patent on the corkscrew dates back to 1795 by a Samuel Henshall of England. Carl Wienke of Germany invented the single-level corkscrew, nicknamed “The Butler’s Friend,” and is one of the more well-known and still exists today.
We all are familiar with the wine bottle corkscrew.
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