What would be the end of year celebrations without Champagne, a sparkling symbol of French elegance and refinement ? Loved worldwide for its light, sparkling bubbles and its unique taste, it’s the standard bearer for the image and attractiveness of France. 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.
To perpetuate this centuries-old tradition, the Claude Dozorme Company is reissuing magnificent collections of Champagne sabers, entirely made in France in the heart of the family factory in Thiers.
SABER DESIGN collection
Modern and contemporary, the champagne sabers DESIGN Claude Dozorme come are available in 3 models :
SABER PRESTIGE collection
Extreme refinement for the collection of PRESTIGE Champagne sabers Claude Dozorme available in 6 models with emblematic names :
Other existing models
- Lafayette : green handle and golden guild in fine gold
- Mac Mahon : black handle and silvered guild
- Lassalle : blue handle and silvered guild
We love : The dragon trimmings hark back to the days when the riders of the napoleonic cavalry wore their arms at the wrist.
Do you know the origin of this tradition ?
The practice of sabering champagne dates back to the nineteenth century and the hussars of the Napoleonic Guard. Indeed, these brave warriors used to pay homage to victory, vigor, virility and the ladies by … blowing up the champagne cork with a simple flip of the blade. They sabered the Champagne. A spectacular and masterful gesture explained by Claudine and Claude Dozorme.
Somewhat fallen into disuse in recent years, sabered remains a true symbol of the French way of life, both chic and timeless and invariably evokes the most beautiful solemn parties.
So why not be tempted by this magnificent original and prestigious object that will gracefully accompany all your events ?
Pour + de renseignements, rendez-vous du côté de la boutique en ligne “Sabre à champagne”.
For more information, go to the online shop “Champagne Saber”.