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“Simplicity is often the hallmark of beauty”

Based in France the Christofle brand has been mastering the art of silversmithing since its founding in 1830. Today Christofle silverware is one of Europe’s finest silverware houses and is celebrated for producing beautiful works of art that strike the perfect balance between classicism and modernity. Indeed almost two centuries of award-winning artisan experience is paired with daring contemporary design in collections and collaborations that represent the finest in hand-crafted and finished silver.
Artists and designers such as the Parisian silversmith Antoine Perrin, Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, Gio Ponti, Andrée Putman, Martin Szekely, Ito Morabito (Ora-Ïto), Xiao Hui Wang and Richard Hutten are among those whose creations have been made by Christofle.

Christofle Flatware

Christofle Flatware – Exceptional silversmith world since 1830

Founded in 1830, Christofle is the most renowned name in French flatware.  Whether contemporary or classic, whether its contours are rounded or architectural,  Christofle flatware is a luxury lifestyle brand manufactured to exacting standards. Every piece of Christofle silverware, produced at its workshops in Yainville in Normandy, must pass through 52 people, an impressive process known as “100 hands.” The clientele can be confident that they are taking home pieces of outstanding quality that will be the delight and pride of generations to come. Each Christofle pattern and design has a fascinating story behind and an extremely rich heritage.

Christofle jostles two centuries of tradition with MOOD, unprecedented concept rooted in its time: a new and bold manner of living luxury in everyday life.

With its easy usage and its refined design, “MOOD” is essential at the center of the table for diners or casual and convivial brunches.

More than a simple set of  Christofle flatware in silverplate, it is conceived as a decorative object which brings brightness to a kitchen or a living-room.

The Christofle decorative egg case, plated in precious metal and lined in rosewood, is reminiscent of a Fabergè Egg.

The compact polished shape is a streamlined, contemporary and universal statement which brings to the refined table both the promise of conviviality and moments to remember.

The outer storage capsule with its avant-garde vision is enriched by the engraved Christofle coat of arms and logo.

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    Christofle Mood 24-Piece Precious Flatware Set

     2.013,00

    Christofle Mood 24-Piece Silver Plated Flatware Set with copper-coloured Egg Case – For Six People

    This design egg from Christofle is like a surprise egg. In the chic, gleaming receptacle of copper-coloured stainless steel is a 24-piece cutlery set from Christofle. Christofle’s “Mood” cutlery is silverplated and its pleasingly shaped handles feel very comfortable to hold. The coffee spoon is particularly eye-catching as it is extra refined with 18-carat pink gold.

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    Christofle Mood 24-Piece Silver Plated Flatware Set

     1.505,00

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    Christofle Mood 24-Piece Silver Plated Flatware Set with Storage Capsule – For Six People (6 dinner forks + 6 dinner spoons + 6 dinner knives + 6 coffee/tea spoons). Gift box included.

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    Christofle Mood Coffee Silver Plated Espresso Spoons

     397,00

    Christofle Mood Coffee silverplated espresso spoons, set of 6 in egg case. Gift box included.

    In the elegant high-gloss stainless steel container is a six-piece espresso spoon set from Christofle. The “Mood” espresso spoons from Christofle are silverplated and can be securely stored in the walnut wood insert. The circular opening in the centre is conceived, for instance, for small sugar sachets.

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    Christofle Mood Party Tray

     976,00

    Christofle Mood Stainless Steel Party Tray. Gift box included.
    Dimension: ø 40 cm

    Designed for friendly moments, the MOOD Party by Christofle tray invites itself to all tables as a promise of sharing and emotion. Its walnut presentation boards and porcelain containers of various sizes make it the ideal concept to gather around sweet & salty moments.

christofle albi flatware

The straight and pure lines of this classic elegant Christofle flatware are inspired by the remarkable linear architecture of the celebrated Cathedral of Albi in France.

The Christofle Albi flatware, launched in 1968, offers the greatest and most complete selection of items.

The classical cutlery, with its highly polished silver sterling or silver plated finish, meets all the wishes with its additional parts from soup ladle to coffee spoons, from bouillon cream soup spoon to vegetable serving spoon. Some articles are also available in polished or brushed stainless steel.

The style is simple with a generous exterior molding which is highlighted by a fine interior ridge creating a thread like border. This subtle detail elevates the minimalist design of the Christofle flatware.

The silverware collection proves ideal for those who adore things to be simple and sleek.

christofle aria

Designed in 1985 by Bernard Yot, Aria Christofle flatware fits with the “post-modernist” trend of the 1980s. The Aria collection takes its name from the vocal melody that inspired its uncluttered lines.  The fluting of this pattern makes it natural resistant to surface scratches and its architectural origins make it most appropriate for Mediterranean inspired style homes. The result is a timelessly elegant model that complements any dinner service.

christofle cluny

Cluny is one of the great classical Christofle flatware styles created in the 18th century, and it appeared in Christofle‘s first catalogue of 1862 under the name Uni. Its current form, slightly redesigned in 1964. The pattern takes its name from the small town of Cluny, in France’s Burgandy region. Timeless and elegant without ostentation, it is ideally suited for personalization.

christofle malmaison

Malmaison Christofle flatware and tableware sets are one of Christofle’s most historic patterns. Launched in 1967 they typify the Empire style. Indeed the Emperor had his silversmiths interpret the palm leaf design specifically as a symbol of future military victories. The success of the collection 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.

christofle jardin d'eden

The “Jardin d’Eden” is an exclusive and luxurious Christofle flatware collection where poetry is made real through the harnessing of the finest creative pearls surfacing from the depths of design and silversmithing. With its disciplined and precise design, Garden of Eden revisits a certain notion of baroque design. This new icon, the result of several years’ research, designed by Marcel Wanders.

christofle marly

Created in 1897, this pattern owes its name to the Marly chateau built near Paris by Louis XIV as a pleasure palace, no longer standing today. The Marly pattern, ornamented in the delicate Rocaille style with the fine chasing of its asymmetrical plant motifs, highlights the silversmith’s expertise and attention to detail typical of the XVIII century France. This style came back into vogue at the end of the XIX century, when this pattern was created.

christofle perles

This classic and feminine design outlines the contours of this Christofle flatware like a pearl necklace where the pearls are smaller on the upper part of the stalk than on the spatula and are enclosed by a delicate contouring ridge. The Louis XVI-style silver plated sterling silver Perles flatware pattern was created in 1876 and pays tribute to the ornate décor and embellishments of 18th-century Versailles.

christofle coloured cutlery l ame

L’Âme is a clever play on words, as in French, it stands for both a “blade” and the “soul”. Designed as a monobloc piece, meaning without separation from blade to handle, L’Âme evokes sturdiness and solidity. It is a pattern without artifice which bears the soul of the metal itself. It is offered in 18/10 stainless steel mirror finish.
The House of Christofle in 2020 added some variations to the l’Ame collection, introducing a limited selection in Black, Copper and Gold. These new pieces are in PVD: PVD stands for “Physical Vapor Deposition”, when a layer of colored metal (a mix of titanium, chromium and zircon) is applied to the stainless cutlery in a special vacuum atmosphere. PVD is highly resistant and is completely dishwasher safe, like the rest of the range.

The silverplated “Commodore” Christofle flatware is a reissue from the 1930s and was introduced at the Milan Triennial in 1951. In 2012 it was reintroduced in its silver plate version as part of the Christofle’s normal range. Its strong lines, wide and generous proportions and triangular blade are typical of the Art deco style of which it embodies the sophistication but not the ostentation.

One of the first Christofle flatware models, it was originally called Baguette. Modernized for greater fluidity, it was reintroduced as part of the collection in 1992. Simple and classic — the rib on the handle adds relief and consistency. The elegant silverplated Fidelio displays a classic and timeless design, which makes it the perfect match for both traditional and modern dinner services. This pure and unadorned pattern can match both floral motifs or simple porcelain with lightly decorated rims.

The silverplated “Commodore” Christofle flatware is a reissue from the 1930s and was introduced at the Milan Triennial in 1951. In 2012 it was reintroduced in its silver plate version as part of the Christofle’s normal range. Its strong lines, wide and generous proportions and triangular blade are typical of the Art deco style of which it embodies the sophistication but not the ostentation.

christofle malmaison pattern flatware and tableware

Christofle’s collections of tableware decor adds a touch of elegance and distinction to the dining table. According to Christofle, the relationship with the customer does not end with the sale, but it’s the beginning of ongoing communication and interaction with product-use education at the core, so that people can fully enjoy the By adorning the table with Christofle’s collections, you will transforms each dining experience into a memorable moment. Christofle articles and share the precious moments create an interminable voyage into the past and into the future.

christofle malmaison caviar set

A royally luxurious collection by Christofle was inspired by the real building, the “Château de Malmaison”, located near Paris which once was the favorite residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. And since Napoleon Bonaparte used to be one of the greatest admirers and orderers of Christofle’s, it was only a matter of time that the latter would create a breathtaking line in honour of the outstanding customer and his wife.

Just like the “Château de Malmaison” was the embodiment of the elegant life of the empire era, with its magnificent interiors filled with works of art and articles of luxury by Josephine, so is Christofle Malmaison collection, the very essence of stylishly swish lifestyle.

Designers’ sophistications by Christofle Malmaison enchant with their beauty and will command the admiration of the most jaded of your guests.

The palm and lotus leaf frieze and the symmetry of the decoration, so typical of the Empire style, arouse true wonder of the viewer, just like the exotic animals and even an Indian elephant that Empress Josephine and her guests could admire in the gardens of the “Château de Malmaison” once upon a time.

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    Christofle Malmaison Silver Plated Caviar Serving Set

     986,00

    The two-piece Malmaison Silver Plated caviar serving set contains an outer presentation dish, bordered by an empire style frieze and enriched by two stylized eagle handles, and a crystal caviar container elegantly nested on a bed of ice so as to serve the caviar at the right temperature. The lid of the crystal bowl is crowned by an elaborate lotus blossom.
    Material: Silver Plated
    Dimensions: Ø 17 cm read more...

    Included in the collection in 1967, Malmaison is the Christofle Empire model. The “Château de Malmaison” near Paris was the favorite residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. The palm and lotus leaf frieze and the symmetry of the decoration are typical of the Empire style, which was largely inspired by Antiquity. This is one of Christofle’s most complete lines, the only one that includes a caviar service.
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    Christofle Malmaison Silver Plated Ice Cream Bowl

     325,00

    The Malmaison Silver Plated Ice Cream Bowl with pedestal base and palm and lotus frieze along the rim is a welcoming dazzling addition to the dessert course.
    Material: Silver Plated
    Dimensions: Ø 10,1 cm Height 8,9 cm.

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    Christofle Malmaison Silver Plated Individual Bread Plate

     254,00

    The Malmaison Silver Plated individual round side dish with its strictly geometric palm leaf border will complement any elegant table setting.
    Material: Silver Plated
    Dimensions: Ø 13 cm read more...

    Included in the collection in 1967, Malmaison is the Christofle Empire model. The “Château de Malmaison” near Paris was the favorite residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. The palm and lotus leaf frieze and the symmetry of the decoration are typical of the Empire style, which was largely inspired by Antiquity. This is one of Christofle’s most complete lines, the only one that includes a caviar service.
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    Christofle Malmaison Silver Plated Salt and Pepper Shakers

     305,00

    The highly polished curvy silhouettes of the Malmaison Silver Plated salt and pepper shakers are delicately bordered by palm tip engraved friezes.
    Material: Silver Plated
    Dimensions: Height 7 cm read more...

    Included in the collection in 1967, Malmaison is the Christofle Empire model. The “Château de Malmaison” near Paris was the favorite residence of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. The palm and lotus leaf frieze and the symmetry of the decoration are typical of the Empire style, which was largely inspired by Antiquity. This is one of Christofle’s most complete lines, the only one that includes a caviar service.
christofle vertigo tray

The simple but ingenious Christofle Vertigo Collection featuring a gently curved ring with slightly asymmetrical lines is the hallmark of Christofle’s refined collection. These simple yet classic, silverplated table accessories and elegantly practical objects were designed for Christofle by the famous French designer Andrée Putman, who was appointed by “Vogue” as the “aesthetic conscience of modernity”.

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    Christofle Vertigo Caviar Serving Set

     534,00

    Christofle Vertigo silver plated Caviar Set. Gift box included.
    Large ø: 14 cm, 125 gr.

    The two-piece silver plated caviar serving set in the Vertigo pattern contains an outer presentation dish for ice and a lidded bowl that can hold 4.4 oz. of caviar. Vertigo’s bold motif — a subtly asymmetrical, thick ring often placed playfully askew — can be found on every piece in the collection designed by Andrée Putman.

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    Christofle Vertigo Silver Plated Large Tray 43 x 31 cm

     905,00

    Christofle Vertigo Silver Plated Large Tray 43 x 31 cm with two side thick handles is functional to serve food or for presentation of treasured objects.

    The dazzling effect provided by the mirror polished rectangular base and the refined Christofle signature is in joyful contrast with the bold sensual curves of the rings which spruce up office habitats and make a great gift for endless occasions.

    Length x width : 43 cm x 31 cm

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    Christofle Vertigo Silver Plated Centrepiece Dish

     986,00

    Christofle Vertigo silver plated large Centerpiece. Gift box included.

    The Dish rests on three asymmetric thick ring shaped feet placed playfully askew as the designer’s signature motif and which reflect into the mirror polished surface. The dazzling and sleek elegance of the dish make it ideal to be used alone to create an memorable table display or to be filled with flowers or candles.
    Dimension: Ø 35 cm

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    Christofle Vertigo Silver Plated Water Pitcher

     966,00

    Christofle Vertigo Water jog/Pitcher is a modern and chic addition to any beverage service and makes an excellent gift for so many occasions. The mirror polished slender silhouette with its minimalistic spout and the subtly asymmetrical, thick ring shaped handle give an outstanding flair to any table setting.
    Height: 23 cm / 1.5 L

     

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    Christofle Vertigo Three part server large

     539,00

    Christofle Vertigo silver plated Snack Tray/Server with Three Bowls. Gift box included.
    Large ø: 11cm

    The large three-bowl silver plated Vertigo server with a center handle is perfect for serving snacks like nuts, olives or candy or could be used as a trinket catchall. Also comes in a smaller size. Vertigo’s bold motif — a subtly asymmetrical, thick ring often placed playfully askew — can be found on every piece in the collection designed by Andrée Putman.

Christofle Jewellery

Christofle silverware maxim is “Only one quality: the best”
christofle madison style necklace

In its offer of jewellery, Christofle alludes to its roots as a jeweller when it started before 1830 with a single shop in Paris. True to its name as a silversmith most of the collections is in sterling silver 925.

In 2015, some of its most popular designs have started to appear in gold and diamonds. The latter though are not yet available worldwide. For its collection Christofle has hired successful designers to transform silver into wearable pieces which easily take a woman from the boardroom to the ballroom.

The Christofle collection reveals the most popular and iconic pieces. All the jewellery is sterling silver (92.5%). If you regularly wear your Christofle jewellery, or if you store it in the anti-tarnish cloth pouches (supplied with every jewelry item), the need for care will be lessened. If light tarnishing occurs, Christofle recommends the following products:

For jewellery with a smooth surface: The silversmith’s mitt or the chamois cloth is recommended. For jewellery with links or decorated surfaces: Flashargent is recommended. Do not dip clasps into flashargent as they may become damaged. After use of each of these products, rinse items in clean water then dry with a soft cloth.

Any question about Christofle Silverware?

If you have any special requests or require further information about Christofle Silverware, Scopelliti 1887 staff will be pleased to assist and advise you.

Call us or send WhatsApp on +39 391 345 6441 or send an email at [email protected]  and let us know what we can help you with.