Founded in 1830 the internationally recognized, house of Christofle is rich with history spanning nearly two centuries.
The house of Christofle possesses a great heritage in their collection including development of the decorative arts in silversmithing and exceptional tableware since the 19th century. By remaining at the forefront of decorative arts, being in pursuit of new techniques and keeping their creative sensibilities fresh are some of the things that makes Christofle a house still revered today.
Symbol of Luxury and Elegance in Silver
Christofle’s beautiful work and artistic movements are represented in the great heritage of its designs – designs that span Historicism to Naturalism, Orientalism, Japonisme, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and the new aesthetics of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Their continuous pursuit of innovation has made this prestigious company a revolutionary one in styles, techniques, methods for production, distribution of silver plate and the decorative arts.
Christofle is a name associated with major creative trends and renowned artists such as Man Ray or Jean Cocteau, avant-garde architects such as Gio Ponti, and modernist silversmiths such as Lino Sabattini and Christian Fjerdingsatd, as well as present-day designers such as Andrée Putman, Martin Szekely or Ora ïto.
As in the past, Christofle still graces tables of emperors, princes, or maharajas, in palaces, on board the Trans-Siberian Railway, Orient Express, or transatlantic ocean liners, or in the contemporary restaurants, and fine homes, Christofle continues to make an indelible impression with their heirloom quality pieces in Silver, Tableware, Holloware, Jewelry and Flatware.