Art on the Table
Malmaison is the Empire Collection from Christofle
Porcelain, silver flatware, decorative objects such as the iconic candelabra, its photo frames, its silver champagne buckets... The collection and its inimitable style are declined through all the categories of the Art of the table.
Malmaison is the Empire model par excellence, named after the castle that was the favorite vacation spot of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine.
The empire style was flourishing in France between 1800 and 1820 designed by the architects Percier and Fontaine at the request of the Emperor Napoleon.
Christofle takes the emblematic codes of the Malmaison model 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.
In this first phase of the launch, Christofle is offering 6 pieces in two versions, one platinum and one gold.
The historical collection: Malmaison
Malmaison, the Empire collection from Christofle, features everything from silver cutlery to decorative objects.
Objects, such as the iconic candelabra, picture frames, and the elegant champagne buckets, display the collections inimitable style and are present throughout all categories of the Art of the table.