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Elephant Bottle Opener

Elephant Bottle Opener


Elephant Bottle Opener
Bring a little personality to the party with this whimsical Elephant Bottle Opener from Arthur Court.

An elephant's trunk has over 40,000 muscles, and this tough elephant bottle opener from Arthur Court powers open the tightest bottle caps to let you hydrate quickly. Handcrafted aluminum alloy lends an appealing shine to this masterfully designed barware, and the sculpted wrinkles in this wise pachyderm's skin provide a solid grip during use.

Inquisitive eyes and intricately detailed ears and tusks capture the iconic features of these gentle giants and make this a great display piece for your counter or bar area. However, this 5.5 x 2-inch utensil conveniently tucks away in drawers or cupboards and is small enough to carry with you on outings.

Elephants have warm greeting rituals when they meet up with friends, and you can effortlessly open a cold beverage to welcome your favorite guests with the help of this sturdy Arthur Court elephant bottle opener.

An intricately-detailed elephant head forms the handle of this piece, its long, rippled trunk snaking around the opener's neck.

Large tusks and gentle eyes provide even more lifelike appeal to this handmade, aluminum bottle opener.

Designer Hand Polished Aluminum Alloy buffed to brilliant luster with stainless opener

Wash by hand with mild dish soap and dry immediately - do not put in dishwasher

Comes in Gift Box perfect for Safari Theme or Thank you

Size: L: 5.5" / W: 2.0"

This listing is for one Arthur Court Elephant Bottle Opener, nothing else in the photos are included.

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