Corkscrew CAMERO from CARL MERTENS

CORKSCREW WAITER´S FRIEND CAMERO FROM CARL MERTENS

Carl F.A. Weinke patented the prototype of the lever corkscrew in 1883: "Turn the screw into the cork, place the short lever piece on the neck oft the bottle, and draw the cork from the bottle with the long lever piece." Very simple. And its modern heir, the CAMERO waiter´s friend , works in just the same way - good design an perfect function.

Nickel-plated, satin.
Length: approx. 12.6 cm.
Design: Gollnick & Trauernicht.

If you discover in a bar the initials CM for CARL MERTENS - for example on a corkscrew -, then you know, what you may expect: simply the very best. CM stands for the outstanding thing. CARL MERTENS strives for accomplished benefit. The results are these graceful designed and functional tools, which are the indispensable components of up-to-date bar culture.

CARL MERTENS - Ever since the company´s foundation in 1919 as a flatware company, the people at CARL MERTENS have seen themselves as champions of good taste. The goal of CARL MERTENS is to use the finest of raw materials into high-quality flatware, cutleries, tableware and utensils which satisfy not only the most demanding functional requirements but appeal to the emotions, as well.
Comprehensive product development, superior design quality even in the finest details and accepting responsibility for the environment are building the basis of the CARL MERTENS corporate philosophy.

 

79,90 EUR

 

Price is including 19% value added tax and plus forwarding expenses

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