The Everedy Bottle Capper was the first and most successful device manufactured by the Everedy Co. of Frederick, Maryland, USA (circa 1923). Harry J. Lebherz invented a bottle capper for home use that would secure a cap on a bottle almost as tight as could be done in a factory. Although marketing was aimed toward the bottling of root beer, the Bottle Capper was extremely popular with those secretly concocting their own “home brew.” Sales skyrocketed during Prohibition. So we thought almost a 100 years later, why not turn an old rusty bottle capper into a one-of-a-kind lamp?!

This lamp includes an inline dimmer switch which allows you to turn the light on and off as well as dim or brighten the light.

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