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surrounded by the best talent


Since its creation, the house founded by Charles Christofle in 1830 has been committed to solicit talents and collaborate with artists. For Christofle, goldsmithing and haute-silversmithing are trades that reflect the customs of an era while at the same time they must be able to create timeless objects that will to go down the centuries.

To achieve this ambition, many artists and designers have contributed through their talents to create remarkable collections, in collaboration with the silversmiths, master silversmiths and the design studio of the house. Man Ray and Cocteau are among them of course, but also avant-garde architect designer Gio Ponti and modernist goldsmiths such as Lino Sabatini and Christian Fjerdingstad who left a strong impact on the creations of the house in the 20th century. We should also mention a major name in French and international design, Andrée Putman, who created the Vertigo collection and the Idole collection for Christofle.

More recently, Christofle associated its name with renowned designers like: Marcel Wanders (Jardin d'Eden collection), the Nendo studio (Constellation collection), Eric Schmitt (Céleste collection), Sarah Espeute (Sarah Espeute for Christofle), the artist Richard Orlinski (animal sculptures), Elliott Barnes (Dellipse collection) or Mademoiselle Aurélie Bidermann (Babylone collection).


For Christofle, surrounding itself with the best talent is constantly taking up the challenge of creativity and excellence.*


Richard Orlinski

"He sculpts and sublimates reality. It creates timeless and lively art objects that create emotion."

Andrée Putman

Dubbed “the vestal of the the immaculate conceptual“

Marcel Wanders studio

Marcel Wanders studio's mission is to "create an environment of love, live with passion and make our dreams come true"

Ora Ito

A star on the international design scene.

Jean-Marie Massaud

Recognised for his work in the fields of design and architecture..


For Eric Schmitt, a secret man, it is much more attractive not to reveal too much

Studio Nendo

Young design prodigy

Sarah Espeute

Sarah Espeute created a hand-embroidered tablecloth in trompe l’oeil. This trick of the eye brings to life a vibrant and modern table.

Elliott Barnes

Elliott Barnes worked on the rituals surrounding champagne with a twist that seems simple and obvious and is actually very complex.

Mademoiselle Aurélie Bidermann

Christofle has teamed up with the artist Mademoiselle Aurélie Bidermann to create sparkling silver tableware, decorative pieces, and jewelry.

Zheng Lu

He transforms solid materials into fluid shapes, as if capturing the very essence of water's untamed elegance