Designer champagne sabre, stainless steel
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The INDULGENCE champagne sabre is made of mirror polished stainless steel. Its blade is completely flat, it is the impact of the sabre that opens the bottle, not the cutting edge.
Find the side seal of the bottle, which will offer less resistance at that point. Hold the chilled champagne bottle firmly with your less dexterous hand from its concave bottom, at an angle of approximately 45 degrees, and slide the blade of the INDULGENCE sabre over the seal several times, from the base towards the neck.
Strike the neck of the bottle decisively, with a sharp, hard blow, without applying excessive force. The blow will separate the neck and the cork from the rest of the bottle.
This is how you start a celebration with style, and sabre a bottle!
NOTE: The experienced sommelier can sabre a bottle with little loss of champagne. However, we advise you to let a small amount of foam flow through to remove any loose glass fragments that may be stuck to the neck. The first flute to be poured should also be checked to ensure that no glass fragments remain. The sabre and sabled bottles should be kept out of the reach of children and animals. Please handle bottles and glass shards with extreme care, and never sip from a bottle that has been opened with a sabre.
About the designer:
Quintessential elegance expressed in exclusive pieces created with a sensual and organic language. Danish designer Helle Damkjær has a natural sense for trend-setting aesthetics that has already led to successful collaborations with luxury brands in New York, Tokyo, Paris and Copenhagen.
Many of her designs have received acclaim and awards, including the Red Dot Design Award, the Wallpaper Magazine Design Award, the Design Plus Award and the Danish Beauty Award.
Helle Damkjær lives in the south of France.
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