Copper Stainless Steel Soup Spoon
L'Ame de Christofle
Stainless steel soup spoon in copper. The copper is obtained by applying colored metal alloys to the surface of the flatware. This process enhances the pure lines of the flatware and adds an dash of modernity to the finest tables.
Almost ten years after the launch of L’Âme de Christofle, the Maison invites us on a colorful new journey featuring new designs. This copper shade symbolizes the fiery soul of one's personality. The new L’Âme pieces also come in gold and black, so everyone can find pieces to match their mood and persona.
We recommend you to adhere to the following maintenance guidelines to preserve the beauty of your pieces:
Your stainless steel flatware can be handwashed and it dishwasher safe.
Instructions for cleaning in a dishwasher:
To avoid water stains, open the dishwasher door as soon as the cycle is finished and dry with a soft cloth if necessary.
- SKU : 02327002004001
- Reference : 02327002
- Family : Spoons
- Collection : L'Ame de Christofle
- Finish : Copper
- Length : 8"
- Width : 2"
- Style : Contemporain
Shipping and returns
Shipping & Returns
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- Shipping within the U.S.: 3-7 business days.
- Orders with engraving may take longer.
You have 14 days from the date of purchase to return or exchange your item. Please contact Customer Care or visit your nearest Christofle boutique.
Hand washing of this cutlery should be preferred to allow a longer life. | The composition of the detergent should never contain agents such as caustic soda, sodium or calcium hypochlorite, or other extremely aggressive agents. | Use only detergents of proven quality | Once the dishwasher has completed the wash cycle, it is strongly recommended that all cutlery should be immediately removed and cleaned with a soft cloth, especially knives to prevent oxidation problems | Recommended temperatures not higher than 60° C | Do not use detergents that have more than 10% phosphates, or containing caustic soda, sodium or calcium hypochlorite, or other agents with pickling properties. | Abrasives such as scotch brite should not be used.