With these slender hand-crafted anemones and metal tray reflecting the elegance of
the Belle Epoque bottle... Perrier-Jouët and Christofle have joined their
artistic talents to create a collection as unique as it is extravagant.

It all began with a spray of anemones. In 1902 Émile Gallé, a master glassworker and a key figure of the Art Nouveau movement, created a swirling portrayal of white Japanese anemones for Perrier-Jouët, in order to evoke the floral aroma characteristic of the House style. The House has since remained true to its aesthetic heritage and has never relinquished the desire to imbue daily life with beauty.
Just like Perrier-Jouët, the fine silverworkers of Master Silversmiths Christofle uphold ancestral craft techniques and produce their pieces entirely by hand.

His master silversmiths are the guardians of the exceptional quality that is the hallmark of Christofle expertise. 
Two of his craftsmen have won the prestigious Meilleurs Ouvriers de France award. The link with the master silversmith was self-evident and thus the two Houses combined their artistic talents and expertise to create an extraordinary collection, in the graceful shape of the iconic anemone.