HMS Handcrafted Model Ships K 005 bronze Antique Bronze Cast Iron Ship Wheel Bottle Opener 3.75" P7206041HMS-K-005-BRONZE https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/HMS/HMS-K-005-BRONZE.jpg Handcrafted Model Ships K 005 bronze Antique Bronze Cast Iron Ship Wheel Bottle Opener 3.75" The Hampton Nautical Antique Bronze Cast Iron Ship Wheel Bottle Opener 3.75\" perfectly accents any nautical themed kitchen. Crafted from cast iron and aged for an antique finish, this bottle opener will open even the most difficult of bottles with ease. Nautical & Decorative display Antique finish Perfect for the true nautical enthusiast Opens bottles with ease  7206041 842010109256 1.00lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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The Hampton Nautical Antique Bronze Cast Iron Ship Wheel Bottle Opener 3.75" perfectly accents any nautical themed kitchen. Crafted from cast iron and aged for an antique finish, this bottle opener will open even the most difficult of bottles with ease.

  • Nautical & Decorative display
  • Antique finish
  • Perfect for the true nautical enthusiast
  • Opens bottles with ease

 

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