Anémone-Belle Epoque COLLECTION

The Anémone-Belle Epoque collection was initially created in 1902 by the master silversmiths of Christofle for the Maison de Champagne Perrier-Jouët. It is inspired by the famous motif of anemones drawn by the master glassmaker of Art Nouveau Emile Gallé, a motif which adorns the bottle of the "Belle Epoque" cuvée and which makes it so recognizable. Made of silver metal, the Anémone-Belle Epoque collection highlights the artistic talent of the House's Master Goldsmiths.
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The flagship pieces of the collection are a superb champagne bucket intended to highlight the bottle as well as an ice bucket and its ice tongs which form a composition with refined elegance. Using the decorative patterns of goldsmith pieces executed in 1900 by Christofle and kept in the Maison's archives, two other presentation pieces complete this collection: a cut elegantly decorated with a floral motif and a service of two cups joined by the same reason. For more than a century, this exceptional collection has promised to share magnificent moments.