Robbe & Berking Alt Faden
The single or double silver thread along the edges can be found in the very early examples of silverware produced around Augsburg. The thread motif as Robbe & Berking offers today in its Alt-Faden range originated around 1760. The thread is repeated on the reverse, opening out into a shell.
Robbe & Berking Alt Spaten
The historical characteristics of this cutlery design are the almost horizontal shoulders and the elongated Alt-Spaten. Exceptional skill of the silversmith is demonstrated by the expressive form of the “ears” beneath the bowl. The “spade”design in this form has its origin in the years...
Robbe & Berking Alta
The table accessories Alta designed by silversmith Wilfried Moll is one of the most beautiful of its genre. A place in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art ennobles the collection.
The cylinder which acts as the body unites as an inventive idea silver teapots, cups, dinner plates...
Robbe & Berking Arcade
The beauty of its shape, its vibrancy and gracefulness make Arcade a feast for the eyes, a perfect choice of cutlery for festive hospitality and sophisticated dining. A delicate V-shaped band, either in gold or silver, encircles the gently curved handle of Arcade.
Robbe & Berking Classic Faden
Classic-Faden is the ultimate classic of Robbe & Berking’s collection of classics, a cutlery design which ranks amongst the most famous in Europe. Each piece has a relief finish, not only on the front, but also on the rear. The expressive triple thread (“Faden”) ends in an elegant fold.
Ingenious simplicity and sensuousness distinguishes the table silver collection Fidelio of Christofle. The clear contour of the collection of hollowware and cutlery named after Beethoven's opera accompanied by the round and tender form is enriched by the fine lines.
Robbe & Berking Französisch Perl
The strikingly precise shaping of the pearls, the lip at the end of the handle, at the back and top of the knife, as well as the gently curving shape of the handle, reveal the true art of the silversmith.
Malmaison Castle, near Paris, was the favourite place of sejour of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress Josephine. The stylized palm-leaf is a typical decorative ornament of Napoleonic France. The Emperor had his silversmiths interpret this design specifically as a symbol of 'future military victories',...
Robbe & Berking Martelé
By masters touch a silver hammer forms with each blow a decorative artwork. Through this technique each piece is unique and a reference to the great tradtion of the silver manufacture. To produce bowls from sterling silver in this manner is a centuries-old art. Through the inimitable structure of...
Robbe & Berking Sphinx
The masterpieces from the Robbe & Berking collection of silver tableware show that much of the skill of the grand old masters is still alive. A look inside the Flensburg workshops shows the degree of craftsmanship, devotion to perfection necessary for their manufacture.
Puiforcat Timbale à cognac
After granting an extraordinary gustatory experience with its Champagne beaker, Puiforcat presses on in its exploration of the art of taste. The house invents the Cognac beaker, a new tasting implement of sterling silver and gold gild. Conceived in partnership with École Boulle and student Léo...
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