goes back to Napoleon Bonaparte and his wife Joséphine de Beauharnais, quotes the symbol of the lotus leaf as a sign of the Napoleonic victories. Silversmiths designed the palm leaf in their works at the behest of the Emperor. The palmette edge is not only found on the tableware Malmaison, but also the broad relief rim repeats the pattern finely plated with platinum. For 50 years, the arrangement of the two classics has been the symbol for an elegant Empire from France.
after the castle "mal maison", which was a dilapidated building - hence the name - but later turned into a radiant retreat of the Empress.
by no means conceal the fact that it may be called one of the most prestigious table-clothes of the first house.
hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Malmaison Platine is finished with a shiny glaze. The decoration is relief-like and is from platinum. The functional, classical dinnerware offers the mostly required supplement parts - from serving bowl to bread plate, from bowl to teacup w/ saucer.
like no other luxury and spirit of the times. The flatware, hollowware and pieces of art are created on the basis of unconditional will to the renewal under observance of the highest quality. Coherent the name of Christofle all over the world is a synonym for French luxury. Besteckliste selected the various silverware, flatware and gifts from this luxury brand for you. Dive with us one in quite unique universe of this luxury brand.
begins in 1830 with the introduction of then absolutely innovative technology in the production of silver plated products. The founder...
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