This is the first step in the Confrérie du Sabre d’Or. The sabrage may be done in any Caveau or at any event attended by a Maître-Sabreur of the Order. The successful sabrage is honoured with the Diplôme de Sabreur and a Certificate from the Caveau.
This title is bestowed at a Chapitre organised by the Embassy, or the Connétables in the Counties, at a Caveau or at a Grand Chapitre in the United Kingdom or another foreign country, with a Confrérie embassy, and, particularly, at the Grand International Chapitre held in France usually on the third Saturday of November.
The Chevalier is honoured with the Reliquaire de Chevalier and the Diplôme, as well as receiving a Commission from the British Ambassador.
This title is granted to a Chevalier-Sabreur who has completed five years and has perfected the Art by accomplishing the sabrage of a Magnum of Champagne.
The ceremony is carried out at a Chapitre arranged by the Embassy or at an International Chapitre. The Officier is honoured with the Reliquaire d’Officier and the Diplôme and a new Commission
This title is reserved for Officiers who have completed five years and receive the recommendation of the Ambassador and Council to the Grand Council.
The Commandeur will successfully sabrage a Jeroboam of Champagne and be invested by the Grand-Maître or his representative from the Grand Council and will receive the appropriate reliquaire and diplomas.
This is the highest distinction of the Confrérie du Sabre d’Or. It is bestowed by the Grand-Maître upon a Commandeur who has given long and signal service to the Order.
The investiture is carried out at a Grand Chapitre and a Methusalem is sabraged by the new Grand Commandeur.
Important Note for British members of the Confrérie du Sabre d’Or. The United Kingdom Chapter also awards those of the rank of Officer and above with the insignia of their Rank. Honorary members of the British Chapter – The Order of the Golden Sabre, are also entitled to wear these insignia at British events.