Champagne lovers centuries old French tradition...
The Opening and serving of champagne is imbued with a certain ritual. The most emblematic of these is still the sabering of the neck of the bottle, a ritual much loved by Napoleon. During the time of the Empire, the fashion was to celebrate a victory by slicing off the neck of the bottle with a saber. To perpetuate this centuries-old tradition, Claude Dozorme is reissuing magnificent collections of champagne sabers.
CLAUDE DOZORME Prestige Champagne Saber Mac Mahon is a superb tribute to Marshal Count of Mac Mahon, Duke of Magena, who served as Chief of State of France from 1873 to 1875, then became the second President of the Third Republic of France, from 1875 to 1879. Its beautiful black micarta wood handle is assembled on a very fine silvery hilt. The tassle trimmings hark back to the days when the riders of the Napoleonic cavalry wore their arms at the wrist.
It comes in an oak wood gift box.
Brand: Claude Dozorme
We Like: a superb object for the most festive effect at your events.
We Recommend: do not wash with water or in the dishwasher: Claude Dozorme saber handles are made of precious components. Water will damage them. Just use a dry tissue.
- Product 100% made in France
- Blade made of top of the range steel X50CrMoV15
- The blade is not sharp-edged (on purpose)- Black micarta handle
Slivery hilt & tassel trimmingsDelivered with a booklet on the art of cracking open a bottle of champagne.