A good antique brass mounted corkscrew, late 19th century, with maker's mark for W.G Edmonds, Dublin, the heavy gauge brass, steel and timber handled cork screw, for bench mounting and with lever action; stamped maker's mark to the brass body. Width 41 cm
Georgian straight-pull corkscrews totalling three, one horn handled steel champagne cavatappi cork puller & two others with dusting brush timber turned handles. Condition good to fair, expected age related wear
A sterling silver-mounted set of a Cork-screw and a bottle opener, j.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham, 20th century (date mark indistinct), the silvered cork-screw and bottle opener mounted respectively with the silver figures of a running fox and a ph
A novelty carved and painted wood set of bottle opening implements, mid-20th century, in the form of three musical sailors, the removable heads of each respectively topping a bottle opener, a cork-screw, and a cork stopper, all fixed to a wooden base. Heig
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