Our flatware collections in sterling silver, silver-plated, and stainless steel are emblematic of the Maison Christofle, testifying to its historical know-how in silver craftsmanship.

Infini Christofle

From universal cutlery, to breaking the rules by using your knife as a spoon, revisit table rituals with our new collection called Infini Christofle.

The Collections


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


The alignment of beads in halfrelief is typical of Louis XVI ornamentation. This classic and feminine design outlines the contours of the flatware like a pearl necklace.


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.

Jardin d'Eden

The Jardin d´Eden cutlery collection was created in 2010 by Marcel Wanders Studio. It broke away from the Maison’s normal design codes and instantly became a highly coveted flatware collection that has extended to other universes over the years.


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.

L'Ame de Christofle

Fruit of the encounter between Christofle and the designer Eugeni Quitllet, each piece of the "L'Âme de Christofle" collection is cut from the material to give it a flat face with a thousand reflections, like a mirror. The user is thus reflected in the object and becomes ... its Soul, which can be translated in french by the word "L’Âme".

Sensual, eternal, timeless, our collection "l'Ame de Christofle" is now enriched with new pieces and adorned with new colors, reflecting the trends of our time.


The Rubans flatware collection evokes the romantic charm of the 18th century. It also transports us to the happy memories of large family dinners and the joys of childhood. Created in 1907, Rubans takes on the decorative characteristic of the Louis XVI style that dates back to Roman antiquity. The interlacing of silk-like silver ribbons gracefully wraps around the cutlery and elegantly ties into a bow. The Rubans collection syncs perfectly with porcelain that contains colorful trimmings and graphics.