Claude Dozorme

Champagne sword - Napoleon handle in Olive Tree - Claude Dozorme

SKU: D9.11.063.89

Package: Mahogany base
Sale price$680.00 CAD
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Looking for a gift idea for champagne lovers? This Napoleon champagne saber is perfect, to be presented on a mahogany base or in a luxury box.

As you know, champagne is very popular. The opening of a bottle and its service are very ritualized and the sabrage of champagne is practiced since the time of Napoleon!

During the empire, this historical character broke the neck of the champagne bottles with a saber to celebrate a victory. Today, this rite is still very present.

Our oak box or mahogany base features a champagne saber and passementerie straps, reminiscent of the way the cavalrymen of the Napoleonic guard held their weapons on their wrists.

Our Napoleon champagne saber has an Olivier handle. The guard is gilded with fine gold.

This gift set is 100% made in France, following traditional and artisanal methods, in the Claude Dozorme workshops.

Technical characteristics :

The Napoleon champagne saber is a product 100% made in France.

This piece is delivered with a booklet on the art of sabering champagne and a strap made of different possible guards.

The blade, made of high quality steel X50CrMoV15, is not cutting. To personalize this beautiful gift, you can have it engraved with the laser inscription of your choice.

This product has been designed in the capital of cutlery in Thiers, by passionate and qualified craftsmen of La Grande Coutellerie Claude Dozorme.

The dimensions of the luxury champagne saber are 48 centimeters in total length. The handle measures 17 centimeters and the blade 31 centimeters long.

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*NB: Allow about one week for delivery

Instructions for use: stand far from the guests and after having removed the corkscrew, let the sword slide energetically along the seam of the bottle, giving a sharp blow on the base of the neck in order to cut it without shattering the glass. Be careful, the neck of the bottle breaks and flies away with the cork at a speed of about 200 km/h and can reach a distance of at least 15 meters. Children are not allowed to break the champagne.

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