19th Century Four Finger or Eyebrow Iron Corkscrew With Cut Helix Screw.
Eyebrow corkscrews were popular in England in the mid 19th century. They fit the hand comfortably and the “eyebrows” give the user a lot more leverage against a firmly seated cork. The corkscrew is handled with four fingers, hence the name. The upper part is made of cast iron.
Vintage Condition: Naturally aged with original patina. The helix screw on this corkscrew is finely cut, and has its original full point. It’s a nice piece that would complement any corkscrew collection, and would also make a great gift. It has a solid feel to it and is in perfect working condition.
Measurements: 11,3 cm in length, and 8,4 cm at the width of the eyebrows.
This piece will be packed with care and send by priority mail without Track & Trace.