The best artisans were selected to ensure the blades on these knives release the same artistic strength, excellence and elegance of the legendary slicers that continue to teach the art of cutting.
From the French tradition comes the ritual of sabrage: Napoleon's officers used to open the champagne with their sabers to celebrate their victories. They unsheathe their sabers, slided them along the body of the bottle, broke the top of the neck away, and the party started. Fascinating, epic and theatrical, sabrage becomes the prestigious way to open French aristocratic dinners. It has been handed down over the centuries, attracting fans around the world, today even more than yesterday.