The collection

Created at the turn of the 20th century and Inscribed by Cardeilhac, the Commodore cutlery collection was first presented in sterling silver at the Milan Design Triennial in 1951. It is sleek, timeless and embodies modest luxury. Reminiscent of the Art Deco style, Commodore entails clean, voluminous lines. The clean-cut pattern draws attention to precise proportions.
Timeless Art Deco

Commodore combines the dining essentials with the elegance of the flavors of dishes. It includes flatware for many courses such as a sterling silver serving spoon, cheese knife, butter spreader and dessert spoon. Whether you choose pieces in sterling silver or silver-plated, Commodore pairs perfectly with porcelain and table accessories.