Custom Map Bottle Opener

Celebrate your favorire spot on the map with this bottle opener customized with your coordinates of choice.
created by

Charlotte Guptill

$95.00 - 120.00

Charlotte Guptill created by

Charlotte Guptill

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Whether you enjoy cracking open West Coast IPAs or Brooklyn cream sodas, there's one place they taste best: home. Celebrate your favorite spot on the map with this bottle opener customized with your coordinates of choice. Each map or chart swatch is proudly displayed in resin and mounted in satin-finished, lead-free pewter. It's a functional way to show your hometown—and home bar—pride and makes a creatively personalized housewarming gift. Handmade by Charlotte Guptill in Portland, Maine.

Add extra personalization with a custom message engraved on the back of your bottle opener (up to 25 characters).

International locations are available, but maps may be less detailed.

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Made in Maine

Charlotte Guptill

created by

Charlotte Guptill

location

Maine

Inspired by her love of sailing, Maine-based maker Charlotte Guptill began to incorporate nautical charts directly into her jewelry designs. With the help of her talented pack of Maine artisans, she handcrafts custom nautical chart and map adornments in her studio on the Portland waterfront. Each of her pieces is hand-cast, the chart or map images are hand cut, and each piece is topped with boaters resin to create a natural dome that magnifies the artwork below.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
satin finish lead free pewter
Measurements
2.5" L x 1.5" W
Ingredients
Care
Designed to patina slowly and evenly. If desired, apply and rub a mild detergent on pewter surface, rinse under running water and gently wipe dry with a soft cloth.
Item ID
47541

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 10/30/2018.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.


also by Charlotte Guptill

Such a lovely momento

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For my husband's boss' retirement, instead of contributing to a gun, we decided to combine this gift with the Lake Topography Art Multi-Layer (16 x 20) piece. Both contain maps of his boss' vacation home. They are both unique to him and remind him of a special place anywhere he goes. We think this is a lovely retirement gift that that sentimental meaning and is classy.

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