The World’s Largest Corkscrew by Rob Higgs

We’ve seen plenty of big things in our time; supersized glassware, giant sweets and rather large cocktail accessories. But a giant corkscrew? Surely that’s one gadget that should be able to fit in the kitchen draw? Not satisfied with a regular corkscrew, artist Rob Higgs has made an ingenious mechanical sculpture that removes the cork from a bottle of wine before pouring you a glass. How lazy, yet awesome.

World's Largest Corkscrew by Rob Higgs

Comprising of almost 300 parts, with an array of gears and levers, it has been cast in bronze for a professional looking finish. There’s an exclusive limited edition of 100, but weighing in around half a ton, it’s probably not advisable to buy one for your home bar.

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