The workshop is Sabre’s beating heart
At Sabre, even the manufacturing process is a break with tradition. The workshop is the heart of Sabre. Usually, cutlery manufacturers make all or some of the elements that make up the cutlery. Assembly is often sub-contracted out in order to keep only the noble part of the process in-house: the forging or polishing. We have taken the opposite approach: make nothing and assemble everything. The result? 100% efficiency and responsiveness
— Françis Gelb
Quality is a key requirement at every stage of the manufacturing process, from the choice of materials to polishing. The blades are made in France in a stainless steel and carbon alloy, which is essential for an impeccable cutting edge. The handles of the plain cutlery are made of bulk dyed acrylic. Acrylic cutlery handles are handcrafted for softness, ergonomics and aesthetics. Sabre reflects a goldsmith's skill and the art of work well done.