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FounderCharles Christofle
Headquarters9 rue Royale, ,
Area served
Key people
Nathalie Rémy, CEO
Revenue51 262 100 € in 2017
Number of employees
211 in 2017
ParentChalhoub Group

Christofle is a goldsmith and tableware company, founded in Paris in 1830 by Charles Christofle.

The company is known for having introduced electrolytic gilding and silver plating in France in 1842. The company was bought in 2012 by one of its shareholders, to Chalhoub family.



  • Style on a Silver Platter, India Today, 2/28/08
  • Rosenberg, David (2006). Christofle. Perseus Distribution Services. ISBN 9782843236570.
  • de Ferrière Le Vayer, Marc (1995). Christofle, Deux siècles d'aventure industrielle, 1793-1993 (in French). Le Monde éditions, Silver industry. p. 456. ISBN 9782878991055.
  • The History of Silver, Claude Blair, Ballantine Publishing Group, 1987
  • Modern Art of Metalwork: Brohan-Museum Collection VI, Berlin, 2001
  • (fr) Des cheminées dans la plaine: cent ans d'industrie à Saint-Denis, autour de Christofle (1830-1930), creaphis editions, 1998 - 203 pages, ISBN 9782907150859[1].
  • (fr) Christofle le maître de l'argent, Le Point, 2010 [2]

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