Christofle Malmaison Sterling Silver Cutlery
Christofle Malmaison is luxurious sterling silver collection for Empire-style cutlery, porcelain and tableware. The Malmaison flatware has been one of Christofle’s bestsellers since its introduction in 1967.
The success of Christofle Malmaison cutlery derives from the fine chasing of the symmetrical design inspired by antiquity: a frieze of delicate stylized lotus flowers and fine tips of palm branches countering each single piece.
There are also lotus leaves delicately engraved at the end of the cutlery handles and stylised lotus blossoms which rise from the middle of the dishes like sceptres or sculptures providing the crowning touch to any elegantly laid table.
With clear lines, perfect symmetries and historic motifs, Christofle Malmaison sterling silver cutlery elevates classically furnished interiors to stately French-style luxury oases.
In combination with modern minimalist interior designs, the detailed ornaments of Christofle Malmaison cutlery unfold their historical splendor and create a connection between past and present.
Glamorous and refined Christofle Malmaison sterling silver 36 pieces is luxury without ostentation. It is perfect for official occasions and sophisticated interior design styles.
The dishwasher is an effective way to maintain your Christofle silverware in clean and perfect condition, as long as you note the following:
1. Before the first use, wash your silverware by hand with neutral dishwashing liquid without synthetic fragrance. Dish soaps containing citrus or lemon are to be avoided.
2. Use only washing powders formulated without chlorine or citric acid (proscribe gels and liquids which often contain chlorine as well as “lemon perfumes” containing citric acid). Avoid multifunction tablets.
3. When filling your dishwasher with regenerating salt, avoid putting silverware in on the first use.
4. Follow the dishwasher’s instructions for water hardness: lime water that is too hard can be corrosive.
5. Eggs, lemon, mustard, fish, some fruits and legumes can also cause silverware to turn yellow. Prewashing by hand may be useful.
6. Ideally, we advise that you partially open the dishwasher door at the end of the cycle, so that the dishes do not remain in an atmosphere saturated with vapor. Wipe the cutlery if they are still damp.
7. Avoid the presence of crystal glasses which may also tarnish the silver.
8. Important: Separate silver cutlery from stainless steel: silver does not coexist well with other metals. Run two separate cycles or place them in a distant cutlery basket far from each other.