The world’s most expensive corkscrew

If you absolutely must have the most expensive corkscrew in the world, look no further than Sveid’s. Each one is made to order with fifty-two pieces made mostly out of aviation titanium. The Sveid corkscrew is highly customizable, with a fingertip lever that may be cast in 18 carat gold or platinum and unique hinges that may, at your option, be cast in gold. Even the presentation box is customized; the choices of the wood used and the colour of the chagreen liner are entirely in your hands. You can even have your name engraved on the box, the corkscrew or both.

The most expensive corkscrew looks like a cross between a Swiss army knife and one of those ring puzzles you find in novelty shops. It features a lead cap cutter as well as the corkscrew. When not in use, it can be folded into a compact configuration about the size of a large pocket knife.

The cork screw retail at around $71,000.



 
 
 
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