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Paris Loves Christofle

To see Paris is to experience Christofle. Once stunning accents to the greatest homes of Paris, Christofle’s exquisitely crafted products have lasted generations to become attractions in their own right as the treasured collections that now grace museums and iconic Parisian destinations. It is a brand and a legacy that transcends time, with modern and versatile innovations that continue to set the bar for entertaining.

Explore the rich history of the pieces that give Paris its unmistakable silver gleam, and take a look at the new classics that will grace the museums in generations to come. To harness that signature Parisian silver gleam in your own home, see our exclusive picks for the best Christofle tabletop décor and home accents.


About Christofle

Since 1830, Christofle has mastered the art of working with silver, rendering that material sublime and special: it is shiny without ostentation, intelligent without pretense, and versatile yet sincere. The silversmith's know-how concentrated in its factory in Yainville, Normandy, guarantees that Christofle products meet the highest standards of quality.

The house style resides between heritage and modernity, mirroring in silver the reflection of all the major currents in decorative arts. Then, as now, Christofle bends silver to the aesthetic vocabularies of great artists, from Man Ray and Cocteau to avant-gardist architects such as Gio Ponti, modernist silversmiths such as Lino Sabattini, and contemporary giants of design such as Andrée Putman, Ora-Ito and Marcel Wanders.

“Through its creations, whether they were intended for the tables of an Emperor, a Maharajah, the Orient Express, transatlantic steamers or contemporary interiors the world over, Christofle offers a very personal take on art de vivre, the art of living: it is a subtle mix of sensitivity, conviviality and shared pleasures. Spirit and elegance, those special companions to life's most precious moments, are found in everything we do.”