Champagne Saber by FOX in Maniago, Italy.
The heads of the champagne bottles - sabering called - is simple and works when used correctly usually right the first time
After the wire basket was removed from the bottle, one meets with the blade of the saber by soulful movement among the top of the bottle. This spingt with a bang from the front and the champagne or sparkling wine flows out. Possibly a landed flying glass splinters usually by the pressure off the front.
The sturdy stainless steel blade is blunt and has the required impact edge. The handle is wrapped with wire.
- Material: stainless steel
- Total length: 53 cm
- Blade length: 40 cm
- Wooden box including bracket