Magnum Corkscrews Fossilized Mammoth Ivory

These Laguiole Magnum's handles are made of 10,000+ years old fossilized mammoth Ivory harvested in Siberia. It is usual for mammoth ivory to show cracks, discolorations, and inconsistencies. The fossilized ivory has been buried for 10,000 + years, sediments and tons of pressure have caused the colors and cracks you see today.

The Magnum wine openers are handmade in Europe's capital of cutlery, "Thiers." The "Gilles®" Fontenille Pataud collections of cutlery are considered by many to be some of the best money can buy. Gilles's cutlery is made entirely by a single craftsman from start to finish, ensuring pride in ownership of the final piece.

Individual images - No one wants to view photos of a beautiful and unique corkscrew and receive something similar but not even close to the representative image. Each corkscrew is particular; the file work on the spring (the top of the handle) is individual fille; therefore, unique. Two handles made from the same material can have very different patterns.

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