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Tekki Crow + Tools Bottle Openers
designed by:  Saikai
Nambu Cast Iron was first made in the middle of the 17th century in Iwate, Northern
Japan. A master from Kyoto was summoned there to create an iron pot for a tea
ceremony, and it was the beginning of the Nambu Tekki (Cast Iron) craft. It became
exemplary of Japanese Traditional Craft, and is still popular today. The black color is
the result of a Japanese lacquer glaze call urushi which prevents rust. The Nambu
Tekki  Bottle Openers are part of a range of animal and symbol designs created
in the famed material for this collection,
Diabolix Bottle Opener
designed by: Biagio Cisotti for Alessi
The Diabolix Bottle Opener, as designed by Cisotti, the mundane form of this common item
has definitely undergone an overhaul. Fitting perfectly in the hand, this "little devil" of an
opener, made of stainless steel and polyamide and available in five colors, will surely add
some personality to your bar accessories.
Rido Bottle Opener
designed by: Blomus
The Blomus Rido bottle opener,
with its contemporary, stainless
steel design, is a  sleek utensil is
also pocket-sized for portability.
Scopera Bottle Opener
designed by: Zack
ZACK is synonymous with
exclusive stainless steel
accessories and the
Scopera is no exception..
designed in Germany