1. Uni

    Uni is undoubtedly the most modest collection of the Maison. Most of Uni can be personalized with engravings and is available in many universes.

  2. Perles

    Designed in 1876, it incorporates design typical of the Louis XVI style. A delicate alignment of pearls, fashioned from silver, in semi-relief hems are placed around the edge of the items as if it were a necklace. With old-fashioned charm, Perles brings a refined touch to the most beautifully set tables or home interiors.

  3. Arborescence

    Created in 2010 by designer Ora-Ïto, the Arborescence collection is dedicated to minimalist design. Ora-Ïto succeeds in the daring gamble of combining the elegance of Christofle with the abstract evocation of plants.

  4. Jardin d'Eden

    The Jardin d´Eden collection was created in 2010 by Marcel Wanders. It broe 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. Jardin d’Eden is french for ʺGarden of Edenʺ and was inspired by the biblical story. 

  5. Graffiti

    Graffiti’s poetic and offbeat graphics are evocative of neighborhood wall drawings. Each object in the collection is engraved with signs, symbols, and phrases which replicate the feverish handwriting of a master graffiti artist.

  6. Madison 6

    The Madison 6 collection brilliantly exhibits the hexagon insignia, an iconic geometric motif of the Maison since its founding. The collection has a chameleon like quality with an ability to come in several materials including crystal, porcelain, and silver. 

  7. Malmaison

    Malmaison is the ultimate Empire provincal collection. It is named after the castle which was a favorite vacation spot for Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. Its adornment entails illustrations of water leaves and lotus flowers. The symmetrical structure of the decor is typical of the Empire style.

  8. Albi

    As an ode to French elegance, 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. 

  9. Vertigo

    Designed by Andrée Putman in 2000, Vertigo brilliantly illustrates the design concept of Putnam by combining simplicity and purity with functionality. The collection is characterized by a ring emblem with a sensual and deliberately asymmetrical design that integrated onto each piece.