An important and rare French corkscrew in nickel-plated metal with lever on the shaft, of the "Macinino" type and called "Manivelle". It is an original patent by Jacques Perille, dating back to 1876 and marketed in the 1920s
The handle features a central hole, typical of the brand. Equipped with Macinino-type movable nut lever, with a dark wood knob. 2-column open bell.
This is the catalogue version without the Perille logo, and it is already quite rare; there are branded specimens (with the Perille logo or with a double logo, including that of the retailer) but they are even rarer and of higher collector's value.
The Manivelle was produced for a few years and in rather small numbers, so it is highly sought after by collectors.
The piece is still in good condition, a collector’s piece
Dimensions: 17 cm (length)
10.5 cm (handle width)
Weight: 253 grams
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- Tire-bouchon - France - RARE - 20s
- Fer - nickel - bois
- Fabricant / Marque
- Jacques Pérille "Manivelle"
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge
- 226 g