Cream soup spoon - Christofle
|Cream soup spoon |
Collection : Malmaison
Brand : Christofle
Category :Vermeil flatware
Reference : 02018001
Delivery : 1 - 3 weeks
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|Collection : Malmaison|
Launched in 1967, the frieze of delicate palm and lotus leaves decorating the flatware are typical of the empire style. malmaison, one of Christofle's most historic patterns
All Christofle flatware can be put in the dishwasher.
If it isn’t possible to wash silverware immediately after use, wipe off any remaining food with paper towels and then rinse in hot water. this will stop prolonged contact with acidic substances which can damage silver.
In the dishwasher
Ware can be washed in the dishwasher, provided that you follow a few simple rules:
- before the first use, wash your silverware by hand with a gentle liquid dish detergent.
- in the dishwasher, use traditional, chlorine-free powders or tablets. do not use liquid or gel products, which often contain chlorine. if you use a water softening product in the dishwasher, avoid washing your silverware during the first cycle.
Follow dishwasher instructions concerning the hardness of the water. water with a high mineral content can be corrosive.
Do not wash knives manufactured before 1968 in a dishwasher.
Thanks to its creations in silver, Christofle is a symbol of luxury and elegance. since its founding in the mid-19th century, it has been a continous innovative force and has infused each era with a new art of living.
A player in and privileged witness to the evolution of taste, customs, and traditions, Christofle has always seen its name associated with major creative trends, renowned artists such as man ray, jean cocteau, gio ponti, andrée putman, martin szekely or ora ïto.
Today, as in the past, whether gracing the tables of emperors, princes, or maharajas, in palaces, on board the trans-siberian railway, orient express, or transatlantic ocean liners, or in the contemporary restaurants, Christofle continues to make an impression.