A warm welcome to my page & many thanks for visiting my website.

My name's Peter Borrett, an English corkscrew collector.

My corkscrew collecting started back in 2002 when I decided to stop
cluttering the house with all sorts of different stuff & collect something
specific. After browsing through some antique books I thought I'd hunt
for corkscrews as they looked so interesting in all their diverse forms.
I quenched my new interest with passion which still burns within today.
To help finance my collection I've sold plenty of
corkscrews on Ebay, my user name's Polomol.
I've also been selling through this website since

Other than the corkscrews I love football, playing
badly until the legs gave in, but I still keep myself fit
as I do some distance running & play 5 aside
football with some veterans. Sport aside, I play bass
guitar & have played in many bands gigging around
the London music scene. I can often be found late
at night working on solo music projects too.
I've tried to make Corkscrews Online as informative as
possible. I know when I started out collecting corkscrews I
found it to be a minefield, so I really hope this site can help you.

I've made some great friends while corkscrew collecting. Yes,
corkscrew collectors are a friendly bunch.

As I mentioned earlier, I sell on Ebay as Polomol. The link
below will take you to my auctions if I have any running. I
normally start my auctions low & hope for the best, so you
might just grab a terrific bargain.
Polomol on Ebay

Don't forget to look through my current items for sale on my
other web site
Corkscrew Central. There's always a great
selection of pieces on offer at fair market prices. All my items
are sold with a full money back guarantee.
Corkscrews for sale

If you're after anything specific, drop me a line as there's a
good chance  I can find it for you.
If you would like to contribute to this web site in any way don't hesitate in dropping me a line. There's
plenty of web space available for your stories, articles or anything else that you would like to add.
Since starting out in 2002 I've worked hard to assemble a fine collection of antique corkscrews.
I've lost count exactly how many pieces I have now, but I'd guess at something like 1500. I appreciate
not only the more desirable patented mechanical corkscrews that often demand very high prices but
also enjoy simple corkscrews that feel good in the hand & give you a flavour of history.
MY TRIBUTE TO JOHN LENNON, 30 years missed