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A corkscrew, made of cast and forged stainless steel.


I have had a corkscrew similar to this one for about twenty years. It’s an old typology but a good one, which seemed to have more or less disappeared. The pantograph lever action makes it much easier to take corks out and as there are so many bad corkscrews around I decided it was my duty to reintroduce it to the world.
Extracted from Everything But the Walls by Jasper Morrison (Lars Müller Publishers, 2006).