CLAUDE DOZORME - CHAMPAGNE SAVER
To crack open champagne, nothing beats a champagne saber Claude Dozorme.
The service and opening of a bottle of champagne has its ritual. The most emblematic ritual of these is still the sabering of the neck of the bottle, a ritual much loved by Napoleon.
Claude Dozorme makes his champagne swords in his own workshops. All stages of manufacturing a sword are integrated internally. Thus, each Claude Dozorme champagne saber is guaranteed 100% French, made in a traditional way and in the respect of the cutlery tradition.
- 100% made in France
- Hand strap included
- The blade is not sharp edged
- Blade is made with top of the range X50CrMoV15 steel
The story began in 1902 in La Monnerie, close to Thiers. Blaise Dozorme, an expert steel worker, decided to use his expertise to create a small knife-making workshop in his home. Working mainly as a subcontractor, his professionalism and keen sense of duty gained him a certain notoriety in the Thiers basin. His entrepreneurial spirit coupled with a dominant personality resulted in his peers naming him « The Wolf ». A few decades later, the Dozorme firm would use this nickname as the basis for its logo and graphic identity…