The days of regal banquets and traditional place settings are long gone, which makes some people feel a bit sad. Today’s hosts go for spontaneity rather than rules and formality, as the 21st century people enjoy spur-of-the-moment meals and relaxed gatherings.
The Parisian silversmith Christofle will have none of that, considering they’ve been creating finely crafted silverware for 179 years. Their response to such demands and manners is a more casual flatware set, if you could consider it that, which was named Mood.
The 24-piece, silver-plated, set comes with a hefty price-tag of $1,000, which is way much than your favorite pizza pie. Housed in a sleek stainless-steel, egg-like capsule with the Christofle coat of arms and a solid walnut interior, Mood could easily be considered portable and the perfect choice for dinners, outdoor picnics and everyday use.
Furthermore, the capsule is aesthetically pleasing, as well as practical. Its unique design allows it to be stored on top of the kitchen counter, dining table or console. The Mood set comprises six settings, each with a fork, spoon, knife, and teaspoon. Bon appétit!