Henry Tuke Launches The World’s Most Expensive Champagne Sabre


For all champagne lovers Henry Tuke has just launched the world’s most expensive Champagne sabre which is an exquisite piece launched in the gardens of Champagne house Canard-Duchêne in Ludes, France.

During the launch, Tom Tuke-Hastings, founder of the brand, sabred 35 bottles of Canard-Duchêne Champagne in one minute which broke the previous world record of 27 bottles.

One of its kind, the saber is hand-forged in England in stainless Damascus steel with solid sterling silver fittings and a shagreen grip. Made from exclusive ancient oak, the base is a part of original Roman docks of 70 AD. Available at selected outlets, the sterling silver sabre is priced at £27,000.