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  1. Laguiole en Aubrac - gray cedar wood sommelier saber - Sabrage

    The Sabrage is a special technique to open champagne bottles with a saber (sabre in French), usually used as ceremonial. The saber is slid along the bottle body towards the neck with a dry shot. The force of the blade that strikes the lip of the neck is sufficient to break the glass and separate the neck neck from the bottle collar which, together with the cap, is fired away by the force of the gas contained in the wine. If applied correctly, the technique is effective with any sparkling wine.

    This practice became popular in Napoleonic France when the army visited the aristocratic domains of the empire. The period was shortly after the French Revolution and the saber was the army's light cavalry election weapon, the ussari. Given the many victories the army had received, there were many festivals during which it was easy to open the bottles with a comfortable and easy-to-reach medium. It seems that during one of these celebrations Napoleon himself said "Champagne! Victory is a merit; defeating a need ", thus encouraging its use and practice.

    Champagne Saber entirely handmade in the town of Laguiole.

    Blade: 12C27 stainless steel mirrored mirror - not sharpened
    Handle: Gray cedar wood
    Blade Length: 265mm
    Total length: 405mm
    Weight: 298g
    Packing: wooden box with logos Laguiole en Aubrac

    CMS99CD3I
    $238.93
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  2. Saladini - Sabrage saber (olive wood)

    The saber is a very original way to open champagne bottles .This was a tradition of the Napoleonic age and the saber was used by soldiers to celebrate war victories; the saber was used to “behead” the bottles and this method was called “sabrage”. The “sabrage” blade doesn’t need to be sharpened because it has to hit the glass of the bottle. It is necessary pouring the blade on the bottle and hitting the bottle neck decisively. The break of the bottle neck must be clear so there will not be splinters because they will be shot by the gas that comes out with a very high pressure . The handle of the sabrage saber can be made of olive wood, wengè wood or padouk wood. SPECIFICATIONS Blade: ma5mv hardened stainless steel, 304 stainless steel guard Total length: 42 cm | 16,53 ” Blade length: 29 cm | 11,41 ” Blade thickness: 4mm | 0,15″
    8165S
    $121.64
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  3. Saladini - Sabre sabrage cm. 45 Olive wood handle

    The saber is a very original way to open champagne bottles .This was a tradition of the Napoleonic age and the saber was used by soldiers to celebrate war victories; the saber was used to “behead” the bottles and this method was called “sabrage”. The “sabrage” blade doesn’t need to be sharpened because it has to hit the glass of the bottle. It is necessary pouring the blade on the bottle and hitting the bottle neck decisively. The break of the bottle neck must be clear so there will not be splinters because they will be shot by the gas that comes out with a very high pressure . The Saladini’s sabrage saber makes this method fine and special, thanks to the handcrafted work and the priceless engravings on the steel heads. The handle is made of olive wood . SPECIFICATIONS Blade: ma5mv hardened stainless steel, with hand-engraved 304 stainless steel studs Total length: 45 cm | 17,72 ” Blade length: 28 cm | 11,02 ” Blade thickness: 4mm | 0,15″
    8165
    $172.04
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  4. Viper - Mathusalem Cocobolo - VT4890CB - Sabre Sommelier

    Viper - Mathusalem Cocobolo - VT4890CB - Sabre Sommelier

    THE ART OF " sabrage " And ' A TRADITION FROM THE FRENCH COUR DE RUSSIE INHERITED AND CAVALERIE napoléonienne .
    The ritual of opening a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine with a saber ( saber in French ) is very old , dating back to when the officers of the French Royal Guard celebrated the victories on the field and their promotion by opening bottles of champagne with a sharp blow . It is said that Napoleon himself will enfatizasse the gesture shouting " Champagne In victory you deserve it, in defeat you need it ... " . The parade saber from its scabbard slid gently on the neck of the bottle on the side of the coast and freed the cap with the glass that contained it . This type of opening is spectacular and very easy on the eye and can only be done with bottles containing sparkling , because it is thanks to the pressure that they exert wine inside the bottle neck glass that goes away easily from the cap. To perpetuate this tradition was created by Jean Claude Jalloux , a French restaurateur , the Brotherhood called " du saber d'or " that is spreading across the Alps .
    TO HONOR THE BEST FRENCH TRADITION THIS PRODUCT HERE IS THEREFORE AN ALL ITALIAN , REFINED AND QUALITY ' , FULLY DEVELOPED A MANIAGO DALL'AZINDA VIPER - TECNOCUT .
    Specifications:
    The saber measures a total of 47 cm , 33 cm blade , cocobolo .
    Gift box with wooden display very elegant.

    5333T
    $160.74
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  5. Viper - Mathusalem Damascus and Ebony - Sabre Sommelier

    Viper - Mathusalem Damascus and Ebony - Sabre SommelierTHE ART OF "sabrage" It 'FRENCH TRADITION INHERITED Cour de RUSSIE AND CAVALERIE napoléonienne. The ritual of opening a bottle of champagne or sparkling wine with a saber (saber in French) is very old, dating back to when the officers of the Royal Guard French celebrated victories in the field and their promotion by opening bottles of champagne with a clean blow. It is said that the same Napoleon enfatizasse gesture shouting "Champagne! In victory you deserve it, in defeat you need it ...". The parade saber from its scabbard slid gently on the neck of the bottle on the side of the coast and freed the cap with the glass that contained it. This kind of openness is spectacular and very easy on the eye and can only be performed with bottles containing sparkling, because it is thanks to the pressure that they exert within the wine bottle glass neck goes away easily from the cap. To perpetuate this tradition it was created by Jean Claude Jalloux, a French restaurateur, the brotherhood called "du saber d'or" that is spreading across the Alps. TO HONOR THE BEST FRENCH TRADITION THIS PRODUCT HERE IS THEREFORE ALL ITALIAN, REFINED AND HIGH QUALITY '; COMPLETELY MADE BY THE COMPANY MANIAGO VIPER-TECNOCUT.
    THE PRIDE OF MADE IN ITALY: THE SABRE BY SOMMELIER DAMASCUS STEEL NOT! The blade and the guard of this sword are made entirely of stainless damask 'LADDER 'high contrast; obtained starting from plates of different materials that are forged, welded and folded, until the number of layers and drawing voluti.L'impugnatura is prized ebony selected.
    This saber is part of a limited series, produced in two hundred pieces. The saber measure total 47 cm, 33 cm blade, ebony grip. Box-wooden display.
    5333U
    $590.82
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