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Better than popping the cork.
History has it that French cavalry soldiers invented "Sabrage" -- a quick way to open Champagne bottles by shearing the top off with a sword. Though it might be easier to just pop the cork, this is one of the best party tricks we've ever seen. It's surprisingly simple to master the technique, and the saber itself is a matchless culinary conversation piece.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Lucite handle, steel blade
19.3" long (blade is 14.1" long)
Care & Notes -
Clean with a soft cloth and warm water.
Meet the Maker
Jersey City, NJ
MATCH specializes in handmade Italian pewter pieces, each crafted using ancient techniques honed by generations of Italian artisans. Form meets function in their line of serveware, showcasing the value of dedicated craftsmanship.View Full Profile
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