CHRISTOFLE - MOOD
This item may take 10/15 days to deliver.
24 flatware pieces set in silver plated for 6 people with case.
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 flatware in Christofle silverplate, it is conceived as a decorative object which brings brightness to a kitchen or a living-room.
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Set of 24 cutlery :
– 6 table forks
– 6 table knives
– 6 tablespoons
– 6 teaspoons coffee
Christofle is a manufacturer of fine silver flatware and home accessories based in France. It was founded in 1830, when jeweler Charles Christofle assumed management of a jewelry workshop belonging to his wife’s family. Among Christofle’s product lines are silver picture frames, crystal vases and glassware, porcelain dinnerware, and silver jewelry and holloware.
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.
In 1951 the Christofle company agreed with Ernest Cardeilhac to purchase the Cardeilhac tools and patterns. During the First Empire, Antoine Cardeilhac was a well-known silversmith in Paris. Christofle remains under the control and ownership of the Christofle family, the current generation being represented by Maurizio Borletti. Christofle was publicly traded until 1998, when Borletti and others took the firm private.
Christofle manufactures their products in France and in Brazil, and they are sold worldwide through 75 Pavillon Christofle retail stores and also through 400 department stores and speciality shops.