Designed by sculpture and artist Rob Higgs this is quite possibly the world's most elaborate corkscrew. It's created from over 250 discarded objects found in a scrap yard and turns the regular task of opening a bottle of wine into a true performance.
The contraption will not only uncork the bottle but will even hold a glass in place and fill a glass of wine - an act sure to impress the most worldly guests at a dinner party.
Purposely over the top and complicated, the corkscrew is not just for display at food events and can actually be purchased for the home in a number of different styles.
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