Important Italian bronze corkscrew, from Emilia Romagna, 4 temple style columns, dating back to the second half of the 800.
Nice and neat crafting of the handle and of central body,
with simple decorations on the bell typical of its origin area.
Solid iron worm with wide spirals
and free sliding smooth shaft.
Maximum length: 17.8 cm
Handle width: 8.2 cm
Weight: 251 grams
Beautiful piece, collectable, not easy to find.
Absolutely a collector’s piece, still in excellent state of preservation.
Essential in every collection that includes the best examples of Italian manufacture of the period between the two centuries.
Very good overall condition, very charming piece, mentioned on all books dedicated to Italian collectable corkscrews.
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- Corkscrew 4 Columns "small temple" - Italy - Emilia - early 1900s
- Bronze - Iron
- Estimated Period
- Country of Origin
- Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
- 251 g