1. Babylone

    Babylone is a collection designed by designer Mademoiselle Aurélie Bidermann, composed of Dining and Home Decoration and complemented with Jewelry. She embodies the Parisian woman and represents the essence of a certain Parisian way of life, made of generosity and sensuality.

  2. Tourbillon

    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.

  3. Malmaison

    Malmaison is named after the castle which was the favorite holiday resort of the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and the Empress Josephine. Chic and timeless, its ornaments, openwork leaves and symmetry of the decorations, give a statutory imprint to the table and to all the moments that live there.

    With Malmaison Impériale, Christofle takes the emblematic codes of the Malmaison design and interprets them in a modern and feminine version . You will find the flower of the handle hoods of Malmaison pieces. Each piece has its own decoration and thus allows you to vary your table according to the moments of tasting. Christofle is offering 6 pieces in two versions, one platinium and one gold.

  4. Graphik

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

  5. Albi

    Albi Tableware incorporates clean, classic lines inspired by the architectural beauty of Albi Cathedral. This collection offers a comprehensive array of pieces from porcelain dinner plates to silver-plated caviar sets, each designed to offer durability and elegance for both casual dining and formal gatherings.

  6. Vertigo

    Vertigo, designed by Andrée Putman in 2000, and is characterized by asymmetrical rings.

  7. Sève d'Argent

    Christofle has imagined a collection that plays with lights and waterways like a walk in the forest. The Sève d'Argent collection reimagines the Surtout, which can be used as a tray and/or centerpiece, serving as a wonderful decoration.


    The term "Surtout" appeared in the last years of the reign of Louis XIV with the arrival of French service. The Surtout was used to display serving items such as salt shakers, spice boxes, oil dishes, vinegar dishes and sugar bowls, items that remained on the table throughout the meal. With the evolution of uses, the Surtout gradually lost its utilitarian function to become a table decoration, a prestigious distinction. Christofle has made many "Surtout" since it was founded in 1830, including the famous Napoleon III Surtout which is now on display at the MAD Museum in Paris.

  8. Gallia

    Gallia was born with the 20th century, at the time of the 1900 world’s fair held in Paris to celebrate the achievements of the past century and to accelerate development into the next.​ The collection takes its name from a combination of metals that marked its era. Gallia, whose hallmark and symbol is the rooster, honours France and French innovation. In 2022, Christofle launches the reedition of 16 iconic pieces​ highlighting elements of faune and flora.

  9. Fjerdingstad

    This year, Christofle is reintroducing eleven exceptional pieces created by Christian Fjerdingstad, including a timeless design classic, the 1926 Gigogne coffee pot, as well as the "1925" coffee service with its rounded lines from 1933.

    Explore the Fjerdingstad collection

  10. MOOD

    MOOD By Christofle is a silver-plated service for six. Which brings moments to remember.

  11. Jardin d'Eden

     Jardin d´Eden was created in 2010 by Marcel Wanders. Jardin d’Eden is french for ʺGarden of Edenʺ.

  12. Uni

    Discover the elegance of UNI Tableware, where modern simplicity meets timeless design. This collection is perfect for those who appreciate minimalistic beauty combined with functionality. From silver-plated mixers and tongs to customizable cork boxes, each piece offers a touch of sophistication to any dining occasion. Ideal for personalization, most of Uni Tableware can be engraved.

  13. Madison 6

    Madison 6 Tableware collection is a tribute to the brand's long-standing tradition of premium design and craftsmanship. The collection showcases an iconic hexagonal motif that is a modern interpretation of geometric elegance. Crafted from the finest porcelain, each piece from dinner plates to serving platters is designed to bring sophistication and rhythm to your dining experience. Whether you're hosting a formal dinner or a casual gathering, Madison 6 tableware sets the scene with its unique blend of contemporary style and timeless appeal.

  14. Silver Time

    Silver Time, designed by Jean-Marie Massaud is chic and relaxing, perfect for brunch.