Fidélio collection

The Fidélio cutlery collection is an update by the Christofle studio (1992) of one of the House's very first collections in the 19th century: the "baguette" collection. It is named after this Beethoven opera which expresses the tenderness of a young couple. With its graceful and round curves, slightly raised with a fine, very soft rib, the Fidélio collection is an ode to sensuality and simplicity. Luxury, calm and voluptuousness, it could also have been inspired by the first lines of "The invitation to travel" by Charles Baudelaire.
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The variations of the collection

The collection includes two sets of 139 pieces, a set of 48 place settings for 12 people, a set of 24 or 36 place settings for 6 people and an individual set of 5 silver metal place settings. It offers individual table classics: fork and table knife, steak knife, fork and fish knife, cake fork and dessert knife, teaspoon, espresso spoon, salad serving fork, sauce spoon ...

Fidelio
Tableware

The collection extends to serving or presentation accessories for the table: silver metal bread plate, silver metal carafe tray, silver metal cheese plate and glass, decanter duck carafe, shovel crumbs, tongs to serve, cups ...

"There everything is only order and beauty ..."

To remember all the happy moments of sharing, the Fidélio collection offers a solid silver photo frame in several dimensions, a silver metal photo frame as well as a double silver metal photo frame. With its gentle harmony, the Fidélio collection will inspire beautiful tables on all occasions. Available in silver metal, the Fidelio collection harmonizes with many porcelains: floral patterns, threads and colored edges.
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