1. UNI

    Designed by the Christofle studio, UNI is one of the most sober collections in the Maison. Lending itself particularly to engraving, it is available in many universes.

  2. Perles

    Perles is part of the historical collections of Christofle. It gracefully takes up one of the ornaments typical of the Louis XVI style: a delicate alignment of pearls in semi-relief which hems around the periphery of each piece as if it were a necklace.

  3. Arborescence

    Real interior sculptures, the decorative objects in the Arborescence collection succeed in the bold gamble of associating the characteristic purity of Christofle with the abstract evocation of plants. Designed by designer Ora-Ïto, this collection brings a fresh look to functional objects and questions their integration into our contemporary universe.

  4. Jardin d'Eden

    The Jardin d´Eden cutlery collection was created in 2010 by Marcel Wanders, a great name in contemporary design. Baroque at will, the exuberance of its decor breaks with the characteristic refinement of the house. Available in silver metal partial or total gilding, solid silver partial gilding or vermeil, the arabesques of these luxuriant pieces harmonize with porcelain and goldsmith's pieces from the same collection.

  5. Graffiti

    With its poetic and offbeat graphics, each object in the Graffiti collection upsets the traditional image of classic goldsmithing while carrying a message, in the form of graffiti.

  6. Madison 6

    With its poetic and offbeat graphics, each object in the Graffiti collection upsets the traditional image of classic goldsmithing while carrying a message, in the form of graffiti.

  7. Mood Nomade

    A decorative piece with a compact shape, MOOD By Christofle is a streamlined, comtemporary and universal statement, in a silver-plated service for six. MOOD By Christofle brings to the table the promise of conviviality and moments to remember.

  8. Paix

    This Paix design paperweight makes a powerful statement in the office and maybes clutter on your desk or shelf. Designed by Clara Halter, the Paix collection has the word “peace” etched in 49 languages.