1. Tourbillon - New

    World-renowned for its crystal ware, Christofle brings a new material to the Art of the Table with Tourbillon: pieces in blown glass, fruits of the collaboration with Alya Tannous. This collaboration has resulted in 4 new glasses: a champagne flute, a red wine glass, a white wine glass, a water glass.

  2. Vertigo

    Vertigo brilliantly combines simplicity and purity, with functionality.

  3. Graphik

    Graphik’s design entails powerful and modern lines etched onto glass and sterling silver pieces.

  4. K+T

    K+T Collection was designed by Adam D. Tihany & Thomas Keller in 1998. The K + T collection with initials for Tihany  and Keller is simple yet sophisticated that matches any space.

  5. Albi

     Albi is a classic design inspired by the nave os the famous Cathedral in Albi, France. The clean and straight lines amplifies the masterpiece of the southern French art style. 

  6. Oh de Christofle

    The pieces in the Oh collection are ideal for relaxing or entertaining outdoors.

  7. Anémone-Belle Epoque

    The Anémone-Belle Epoque collection was created in 1902, it is inspired by the motif of anemones drawn by the master glassmaker, Emile Gallé. The Anémone-Belle Epoque collection highlights the talent of the Maison's Master silversmiths.

  8. Iriana

    Designed by Studio Christofle in 1996, the Iriana collection exemplifies simplicity.  Iriana is a full barware crystal collection complete with wine glasses, cocktail glasses, decanters, and everything you would need to outfit your bar.

  9. Kawali

    The Kawali collection brings color to the table, for joyful and festive moments. 

  10. Malmaison

    Malmaison  is named after the castle which was a vacation spot for Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. Its adornment illustrations of water leaves and lotus flowers.

  11. Marly

    Marly is an elaborately decorated pattern, the fine asymmetrical plant motifs, highlight the silversmith’s attention to detail. The collection is named after a palace built by Louis XIV outside Paris