Kellerman Champagn saber inlay handle
You can customize your product from €8
Are you looking for a gift idea for champagn lovers? This Kellerman champagn saber is perfect to be presented on a mahogany display or in a luxury box in oak wood.
As you know, champagn is very popular. The opening of a bottle and its service are very ritualized and the sabrage of the champagne is practiced since the time of Napoleon!
Under the Empire, this historical figure broke the neck of champagne bottles with a sword to celebrate a victory. Even today, this rite is very present.
Our oak wood box or mahogany display has a champagn saber and braided dragons, which remind us of how the riders of the Napoleonic Guard held their weapons on their wrists.
Our Kellerman champagn sabrer has a marquetry handle. The hilt is gilded in fine gold.
This gift box is made 100% in France, following traditional and artisanal methods, in the workshops of the Claude Dozorme Cutlery.
The prestigious Kellerman champagn saber is a 100% made in France product.
This piece comes with a booklet on the art of saber the champagn and a dragonne in trimming various possible guards.
The blade, made of high quality X50CrMoV15 steel, is not sharp. To personalize this beautiful gift, you can have it engraved with the laser inscription of your choice.
This product was designed in the cutlery capital of Thiers, by passionate and skilled craftsmen of the Claude Dozorme Cutlery.
The dimensions of the luxury champagn saber are 48 centimeters in length. The handle is 17 centimeters long and the blade 31 centimeters long.
|Blade:||high quality stainless steel X50CrMoV15 (0,50% of carbon, 15% of chrome, 1% of molybdenum, 1% of vanadium)|
|Box dimensions:||width 19,69" / length 4,92" / height 0,79"|
|Care instructions:||Not dishwasher safe. Softly wash the blade and dry it immediately. Never leave the knife into the water.|
|Guarantee||against defects in material and workmanship and in the limit of a good use and a good care of the product for a period of 2 years commencing on the date of original purchase (invoice from La Grande Coutellerie required)|