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Prestige Lassalle Sabre Gift Box by Claude Dozorme|Accessories

What to expect


- Beautiful authentic champagne sabre with mirror finish blade and blue handle

- Comes in a wooden gift box which can hold a bottle of champagne to gift to your loved ones

- Includes a blue hand strap and an instruction manuel

- Gorgeous craftsmanship by renowned  French knife-maker Claude Dozorme

Napoleon used to say: "In victory you deserve champagne, in defeat you need it". During the 17th century, when his troops celebrated a victory, the cavalry officers would use their sabres to open the champagne bottles.  

With his expertise in knife-making craftsmanship, Claude Dozorme designed these prestigious sabres so that you too can celebrate in style. 

With 'The Art of Sabering Champagne' booklet, learn how do sabre your champagne in just a few simple steps.

*Please note the sabre that comes in the gift box is the Lassalle blue handle as shown on the second picture*

 

$579.00

Club Price $550.05 (?)

What to expect


- Beautiful authentic champagne sabre with mirror finish blade and blue handle

- Comes in a wooden gift box which can hold a bottle of champagne to gift to your loved ones

- Includes a blue hand strap and an instruction manuel

- Gorgeous craftsmanship by renowned  French knife-maker Claude Dozorme

Napoleon used to say: "In victory you deserve champagne, in defeat you need it". During the 17th century, when his troops celebrated a victory, the cavalry officers would use their sabres to open the champagne bottles.  

With his expertise in knife-making craftsmanship, Claude Dozorme designed these prestigious sabres so that you too can celebrate in style. 

With 'The Art of Sabering Champagne' booklet, learn how do sabre your champagne in just a few simple steps.

*Please note the sabre that comes in the gift box is the Lassalle blue handle as shown on the second picture*

 

About the house

About the house


In 1902, Blaise Dozorme a steel worker, setup shop in La Monnerie and began designing and making knifes. In 1934, Valentin, Blaise Dozorme's son took over the shop and further developed the family's craftsmanship. In the 1970s, Valentin's son Claude invested in tools and machinery thus giving the house the opportunity to develop its market on a much larger scale. Ten years later, the brand Claude Dozorme was born. Throughout the decades, the craftsmanship and expertise of the company has only strengthen its position as one of Frances most reputable knife-maker.