The UK company broke the record within the picturesque gardens of top Champagne house Canard Duchêne in Ludes, north-eastern France.
Guests at the event witnessed Tom Tuke-Hastings, founder of Henry Tuke, sabre 35 bottles of Canard Duchêne’s Cuvée Léonie in one minute. The previous world record stood at 27 bottles.
Priced at £27,000, the Henry Tuke Champagne Sabre is hand forged from stainless Damascus steel in England and has solid sterling silver fittings and a shagreen grip. It also comes with a unique stand with a base made out of ancient oak reclaimed from the original Roman docks in London and dated to 70AD.
Speaking at the launch, Mr Tuke-Hastings said: “Our Champagne sabre is a thing of beauty and it has a party-filled life ahead of it.
“Today, it has had the perfect start to its life by sabering some delicious wines and setting a new world record in the art of sabrage.
“We were really pleased with the product and after sabering thirty five bottles, there was not a single scratch on the blade due to the quality of the steel.”
The sabre is available from select stockists and direct from Henry Tuke.