Elliott Barnes’ Christofle Collection Curves in All the Right Places

The trio of bubbly accessories will get the party started.

The Dellipse Collection by Elliott Barnes for Christofle. Photography courtesy of Christofle

It’s been almost two decades since Elliott Barnes, after helming the office of the legendary interior designer Andrée Putman, established his own eponymous office in Paris. That’s an occasion worth celebrating, and Barnes—no stranger to luxury, having worked on projects for The Ritz-Carlton and Champagne Billecart-Salmon—does just that with a new collaboration with Cristofle that’s sure to get the party started. 

His limited-edition Dellipse collection comprises a trio of bubbly accessories. An elegant Champagne bucket curves in all the right places and is the perfect centerpiece for any table. Expecting a crowd? Level up to the Champagne vasque, which will keep a couple of bottles perfectly chilled. When the moment is right, pop the cork with unparalleled elan by wielding the dramatic Champagne saber. All are crafted by silversmiths at Normandie’s Yainville factory in sterling silver, each numbered and hallmarked. But don’t wait another 20 years to claim them: Only 30 of the sabres and vasques will be produced, along with just 99 buckets.

The Dellipse Collection by Elliott Barnes for Christofle. Photography by Adel Slimane Fecih.
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