Fish serving utensils, Malmaison model by Christofle in silver plated metal
Length: 27.5 cm
Beautiful shine - New (Fork under blister - possibility to clean it before sending)
Sold without presentation box
Christofle is a French silversmithing and tableware company founded in Paris in 1830 by Charles Christofle.
The company is famous for having introduced electrolytic gold and silver plating in France in 1842. The company was acquired in 2012 by one of its shareholders, the Chalhoub family's luxury group.
Christofle’s manufacturing is entirely handmade, using traditional techniques. The precious crafts of metal spinning, planishing, chiselling and engraving, perpetuated by Master silversmiths and ‘Meilleurs Ouvriers de France’ immortalise the qualities of elegance and excellence of all Christofle pieces. An irreplaceable know-how perpetuated by highly skilled craftsmen.
- Fish service cutlery
- Silver plated
- Designer/ Artist
- Christofle modèle Malmaison
- Estimated Period
- Second half 20th century
- Country of Origin
- As new - unused