This silver plated serving spoon in the Marly pattern is ideal for serving meat and vegetables. Serving utensils are sized to the collection’s platters so they do not fall into the food. Marly, named after a no-longer-standing pleasure palace built by Louis XIV outside Paris, has been one of the most detailed and ornate patterns in the Christofle’s catalog since it was created in 1897. The fine chasing is an exquisite example of Rocaille with its asymmetrical crawling plant and shell motifs.
Since its founding in 1830, the house has continually renewed its exceptional silversmithing know-how and techniques. It has expanded its offer to include all aspects of the modern lifestyle-Table Arts, Bar and Oenology, Home Décor, Baby and children Gifts, High Silversmithing- as well as Jewelry and Personal accessories.
Alongside the Christofle Studio’s creations, the House collaborates with the greatest designers and artists of the day to offer contemporary, ambitious pieces crafted by the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France (Best Craftsmen in France).
Works by artists and designers, historic re-editions and reproductions, custom orders and other exceptional pieces are crafted in the workshops of Christofle’s production facility in Yainville, France (Normandy).