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Here's a chance to wear a 1950s-era advertising relic around your neck with this vintage Miller High Life Beer bottle opener necklace! I got the idea to start making bottle opener necklaces after seeing Paul Newman wearing an old "church key" bottle opener like this one around his neck on a ball chain. I thought it looked cool and also practical, as there's always someone at a party hunting down a bottle opener whenever there's a bottlecap that simply won't twist off. A collector of vintage breweriana, I happened to have an old beer bottle opener lying around the house, as well as a ball chain lanyard, so I made a necklace for myself. As expected, it was a big conversation piece and came in handy whenever its original intended use was called upon.

So, what we have here is a 1950s-era metal bottle opener made for Miller by Vaughan Chicago, a prominent manufacturer of metal advertising items years ago. The bottle opener is 3 inches long, and it's suspended on a 30-inch ball chain with an 8mm jump ring. If you'd like to figure out exactly where the pendant will fall, measure 15 inches down from the back of your neck. One side has a Miller High Life bottle etched into it. The other side is blank. Give this cool, unique necklace a try and have a useful conversation piece for your next get-together!

Vintage 1950s Miller High Life Beer church key bottle opener necklace, Milwaukee

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: metal
  • Ships worldwide from Indiana, United States
  • Feedback: 57 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people