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Back to the days of Napoleon, many victories were celebrated by decapitating bottles of bubbly with their swords. The saber was the weapon of choice back then and the whole ritual of celebration has evolved today and is still used by some to open bottles of champagne. A distinguishing feature, Unlike a regular saber, is that the blade is not sharp. It makes an interesting gift for modern day swashbucklers. This formidable model has a blunt stainless steel blade, brass bolster and rivets and an inlaid rosewood handle. Traditional Laguiole decor embosses the handle and bolster. Blade 11-3/8” long, overall, 16-3/8” long. (beautiful 2-piece slide-top wooden box).
Warning: The Champagne Saber should only be used by an experienced sommelier trained in the art of sabrage.
Imprint area on Blade: 3” x 1” Metal Laser engraving available. Imprint area on Box: 3” x 2-1/2”; ColorBlast or laser engraving is available.
Availability: In stock
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