The Malmaison pattern, created in 1830, derives its name from the castle located in Paris’ outskirts, the castle of Malmaison, which had been the residence of the Empress Josephine de Beauharnais, wife of Napoleon I. Its décor recalls the emblems of the Empire with its fine row of palmetto and schematised acorn as the finial. Malmaison’s success has been an enduring staple of the brand. Malmaison also exists in .925 sterling silver, gilt relief, gilt and vermeil. It has an extensive tableware follow through. As one of the most famous of all Christofle patterns, serving pieces are still offered.
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). However you can order a setting of your own composition.
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