links of interest

To the left is a pair of Burns bottle locks, fully operational and with a nice historical twist !

ICCA is the main site for trading corkscrews internationally:

 

http://www.auction.collectorcorkscrews.com
 

Helix scandinavica is the collectors club for scandinavian corkscrews:
 

http://www.helixscandinavica.com


The corkscrew museum in Rioja, Spain has to be experienced in real life:
 

http://www.dinastiavivanco.com

Vangelis Gerovassiliou is one of the greatest corkscrew collectors in the world. His museum in Thessaloniki, Greece is outstanding :

http://www.gerovassiliou.gr

The corkscrewmuseum in Barolo, Italy will thrill you:

http://www.museodeicavatappi.it/


Don Bull's virtual corkscrew museum is worth visiting:
 

http://www.bullworks.net
 

Ferd Peters is very knowledgeable about corkscrews and has written many books on the subject:
 

http://members.home.nl/ferdpeters
 

Steven Webb's personal website. The site has many advantages, and one very interesting part is the research and historical information provided about some manufacturers.
 

http://www.corkscrewappraisals.com

Peter Borrett's personal website. Peter lives in Reading, and we share the same interest in British corkscrews as well as the spirit and developments of Reading Football club.

http://corkscrewsonline.com

Gavin Maddock's trading webpage. The page has an extensive amount of English corkscrews for sale.

http://www.eracorkscrews.com