Designed by Marcel Wanders, with its scrolls of vines and leaves floating over a geometric trellis, this pattern is a perfect example of the renaissance of baroque trends in the decorative arts. It is the first Christofle overall surface pattern where the low relief design extends to the bowls of spoons and the blades of knives. This pattern lends itself to highlights in gold to sharpen the low relief design. It is also offered in .925 sterling silver, gilt relief and vermeil. It was Shannon Bennett's choice for Vue de Monde at the Rialto in Melbourne.
For every cutlery pattern the price refers to a Pacific Place Setting of 7 pieces (Place Setting is composed of a soup spoon, main fork, main knife, dessert spoon, tea spoon and a dessert/entree fork and knife).
Please call us for price and availability of individual pieces.
Please click HERE for to check range and individual sizing.