Thomason Corkscrews - In England, May 7th, 1802, Sir Edward Thomason was granted a patent, no 2,617 for a quite ingenious corkscrew. The mechanism incorporated both male & female threads & by simply continually turning the handle clockwise - the worm was inserted into the cork & in no time extracted - lovely job. There are 16 different Thomason corkscrew designs known including some very rare & desirable variations.
Single lever corkscrews come in various forms but the principle of using this type of design remains the same, as follows: After the worm has been inserted fully within the cork, lowering the single arm will extract the cork.
Make DIY wine cork snowman Christmas tree ornaments using old wine corks! Three variations on these cute wine cork Christmas ornaments! Great for kids to make for family and friends! #snowman #ChristmasOrnaments
Each Wine Cork Necklace is unique and one of a kind. With a ball chain necklace. This particular necklace has a bottle cap adorned with a book page and the word "laugh" under a Dimensional glaze, with a Swarovski crystal.