Design Seen: Christofle

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Designer Jean-Marie Massaud has poured his talents into the 20-piece Silver Time collection—the first brunch service from the centuries-old manufacturer of silver flatware and other decorative accessories for the home. The Silver Time tea fountain (shown, $2,950), which measures 9.8 inches in diameter and 11.5 inches tall, incorporates silver plate, steel, and borosilicate glass and can hold hot or cold beverages. The handle on the tea fountain’s spigot bears the brand’s logo of a balance scale. 310.858.8058, www.christofle.com

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