LeTire-Bouchon Blaireau Corkscrew - is a pewter corkscrew with a brush.
Why a brush? This accessory first appeared on corkscrews at the end of the 18th century. At this time, many bottles were sealed with wax. After breaking the seal with a tool called a masseelotte, the brush was used to brush away the wax. Today, the brush can still be used for cleaning the neck of the bottle after uncorking the wine.
This collectible corkscrew with a brush is simply put, and elegant corkscrew that anyone who appreciates wine will love.