A pattern from the Empire period (1799-1814). Its style was determined by social preferences from the period spanning Louis XVI to Napoleon. Common decorative motifs include palmettes, laurel wreaths and medallions.
Article no. sterling silver 002.01, silver plated 002.05 Palmette is also available as Gold Edition. sterling silver / Gilding 002.20, silver plated / Gilding 002.25
Place Vendôme – one of the most beautiful squares in Paris. The Baroque and Rococo periods (1700-1780) were characterised by lavishly abundant embellishments. The „Rocaille" (shell) becomes the basic motif, which is reflected both in table culture and in architecture – for example, Sanssouci Castle.
Article no. sterling silver 003.01, silver plated 003.05 Vendôme is also available as Gold Edition. sterling silver / Gilding 003.20, silver plated / Gilding 003.25
The hundredfold reflection recalls the play of light on the waves of the ocean. The hammered finish – a hand-forging technique dating from the 16th century – continues to reflect the spirit of the times even today.
Article no. sterling silver 006.01, silver plated 006.05 Waves is also available as Gold Edition. sterling silver / Gilding 006.20, silver plated / Gilding 006.25