In its traditional form, a corkscrew is simply a steel screw attached to a perpendicular handle, made of wood or some other material. The user grips the handle and screws the metal point into the cork, until the helix is firmly embedded, then a vertical pull on the corkscrew extracts the cork from the bottle. The handle of the corkscrew allows for a commanding grip to ease removal of the cork.
Our corkscrew was made with our Portable Wine Caddy in mind. It is compact and lightweight so it will fit right into any carrier you are using so that you can take it with you for any wine emergency.
We have added some amusing sayings to the wooden handle to help brighten your day.
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from 11 reviews
I purchased the cutting board and a bread board w/bow. The bread bow cuts bread amazingly! It is so sharp and the perfect size to cut through Pueblo bread and other artisan breads! You can't go wrong with the bread board/bow! The cutting board is sturdy and thoughtfully constructed, with juice wells, a textured section to secure meat during slicing, and it is beautifully made. I loved the cutting board so much, I bought an additional one as an anniversary gift for family members.
I purchased wooden Luminarias from Hughes Homestead NM last year. I loved them so much until I ordered more as Christmas presents for friends. I was provided options for having them delivered or picking them up and I chose to pick them up. They were ready on time and they were beautiful. Everyone I gifted them to loved them also. I could not be more happy with the product and the service.
This cutting board has the best conversion chart of any I've seen. It takes measurements down to oz, and then adds metrics. Very sturdy and well made. If you HAD to, I suppose you could turn it over and use it as a cutting board. ;)
Aren't these awesome!!! Hughes Homestead NM makes some truly unique crafts. We are featuring their snowflake tray made from local cottonwood in our Local Artists Basket. But not only do they do wood working, their jams are sooo good and their focaccia bread got us through many a Saturday Morning market!!