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Laguiole Corkscrew


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#1 Lloyd

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Posted 24 February 2011 - 03:37

More than 6 years ago, I bought this Olivewood scaled Laguiole Corkscrew that has a teflon coated screw and nice leather case. I thought that I would be increasing my consumption of wine. Wrong. Instead, I realized that I only like wine when used in cooking. So, I've only used it about 15 times. I looked online and the cheapest I could find this specific model was $149. So, I'm looking for $90+shipping. Here are some quick mediocre pictures I just took. I apologize for the quality and composition. If you can find this model for less, please let me know so that I can alter my price.

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#2 Lloyd

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Posted 28 February 2011 - 16:09

How about $80 + shipping?
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Posted 03 May 2011 - 18:30

This is sold!

For those that were interested, it sold for $80 but I paid shipping.
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