A goldsmith's masterpiece, the sterling silver cutlery establishes itself as a benchmark in terms of French elegance. Accompanying exceptional moments, it sublimates dinners and lunches with its refined touch. With its delicate workmanship, the silver-plated cutlery becomes a centerpiece of your table. A perfect present to treat yourself or to offer to a loved one.
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Christofle's collections of flatware have evolved over the years to adapt to our ever-changing world
and extends its know-how to tables across the globe.
This collection takes its name from the French town of Albi,located between Toulouse and Bordeaux. The clean, straight lines and single nave in the famous fortified Albi cathedral inspired the design.
Marly is one of the most elaborately decorated patterns of the collection; the fine chasing of its asymmetrical plant motifs, typical of the “Rocaille” or Louis XV style, highlight the silversmith’s expertise and attention to detail.
The Jardin d´Eden cutlery collection was created in 2010 by Marcel Wanders studio, a great name in contemporary design. Baroque, the exuberance of its decor breaks with the characteristic refinement of the house.
Available in silver metal, partial or total gilding, in solid silver, partial gilding, or vermeil, the arabesques of these luxuriant pieces harmonize with porcelain and gold pieces from the same collection.
With Concorde, Christofle proposes a new case with urban lines associated to an original pattern of flatware. Design inspired by the oblong shape of the Parisian “Place de la Concorde”, Concorde combines the beauty with daily use, elegance with relaxation, pure with ornamentation.
The “Château de Malmaison” near Paris was the favorite residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. The palm and lotus leaf frieze and the symmetry of the decoration are typical of the Empire style, which was largely inspired by Antiquity.
Rooted in the 18th century, Spatours was included in the first Christofle catalogue in 1862. Its generous curves, highlighted with a slender, rounded ridge, give it smoothness and harmony.