The last wine opener had been in use for years, if not decade. (I checked online, it costs $3.99, not sure about the quality but looks identical.) So I dug out the one with wings, perhaps from nine some years ago. But quickly it went on strike two days ago. Dug deeper, the two smaller one save the day. Although they look primitive but function wise are just fine. The reddish one is from Murano, Italy. Murano glass is famous, but not sure the Murano on the corkscrew is from the specific glass factory, or a factory on one of the islands in that locale.
The wine openers
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