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  1. Claude Dozorme - Champagne sabre with silver guard and blue resin handle with stand

    Claude Dozorme - Champagne sabre with silver guard and blue wooden handle with stand

    One of the finest Champagne sabres available from Claude Dozorme.

    Exquisite craftsmanship by Claude Dozorme from France.

    Beautiful blue resin handle.

    The handle support is silver plated.

    Comes with a wooden stand, where you can put the sabre for display.

    This immediately makes the product, a highlight in your home.

    Very nice quality and skilfully made.

    The top-of-the-range steel X50CrMOV15 is used for the sabre.

    Total length 48 cm. Do you know how to saber champagne?

    This much-appreciated ritual has been known since the Empire as it was very dear to Napoleon. It was common to celebrate a victory by breaking the necks of bottles with a sabre.

    Do you like this tradition? We suggest you recreate it at home, thanks to this designer champagne sabre.

    This accessory retains all its charm thanks to its oak handle and the oak base on which it is delivered. It will bring a touch of authenticity to your kitchen or living room, used as a collector's item. Want to make this exceptional gift even more unique? You can have the blade laser engraved!

    This designer champagne sabre is 100% made in France, in the workshops of La Grande Coutellerie Claude Dozorme.

    A bit of champagne history: It's funny how champagne was discovered by a French Benedictine monk named Pierre Perignon (1638-1715).

    It was actually not a discovery but an accident. Pierre decided to save some wines that didn't really handle the fermentation process properly. After the winter, those improperly fermented wines began to react later in the spring and produce carbon dioxide trapped in the bottles. Most of the bottles exploded as the chemical reaction doubled the pressure. One morning, Pierre Perignon was surprised by this and found a bottle that resisted the pressure. That was the day of the dawn of a great and spectacular wine that captures everyone's taste. Champagne was named after a specific region in France when it was first discovered and marketed.

    Today, you will find champagne whenever there are occasions and celebrations including, graduation day, wedding day, promotions, work or company anniversaries, holidays, thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's celebration or holiday, birthday and many more.

    Champagne is also used to celebrate achievements or triumphs such as in sport and competition. One can see how runners enjoy and capture the moment of victory as they open the cork of a bottle of champagne. The champagne is served in a champagne flute, a special thin glass which is specially designed of champagne. The glass cone helps to contain the bubbles allowing you to enjoy your glass of champagne to the fullest. The older you get the better it is with wine but not with champagne. Remember that colder champagne tastes better but should not be served chilled.

    The ideal drinking temperature is 7 degrees Celsius to 9 degrees Celsius. It is also important not to put ice cubes in the glass, otherwise the taste and flavour of the champagne will be affected.

    91106357
    $285.85
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  2. 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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  3. Claude Dozorme - Champagne sabre with grey aluminium guard and oak handle with support

    Claude Dozorme - Champagne sabre with grey aluminium guard and oak handle with support

    Do you know how to sabre champagne?

    This much-appreciated ritual has been known since the Empire as it was very dear to Napoleon. It was common to celebrate a victory by breaking the necks of bottles with a sabre.

    Do you like this tradition?

    We suggest you recreate it at home, thanks to this designer champagne sabre.

    This accessory retains all its charm thanks to its oak handle and the oak base on which it is delivered.

    It will bring a touch of authenticity to your kitchen or living room, used as a collector's item.

    The handle is made of oak and the guard is made of aluminium.

    Its blade, which is not sharp, is designed in high-end X50CrMoV15 steel.

    To learn the art of sabering champagne, you are offered an explanatory booklet and a strap with seals.

    Do you want to make this exceptional gift even more unique?

    You can have the blade laser engraved!

    This designer champagne saber is 100% made in France, in the workshops of La Grande Coutellerie Claude Dozorme.

    Technical characteristics :

    This champagne saber with oak handle was designed by passionate and skilled craftsmen , in the workshops of master craftsman and cutler Claude Dozorme .

    This product is 100% made in France and designed in the cutlery capital of Thiers.

    This sabre measures 51 centimetres in total length.

    The dimensions of the handle are 15 centimeters .

    The blade is 36 centimeters long .

    99406346
    $129.46
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