Odiot Asian Chopstick
Odi­ot unveils a brand new col­lec­tion of Asian Chop­sticks ini­ti­at­ing a new art of tast­ing. The pre­cise, min­i­mal­ist and ergonom­ic lines make these chop­sticks an ide­al object to serve, taste and enjoy a meal in style. Light and bal­anced, this set of chop­sticks will add a touch of del­i­ca­cy to your tables. This cut­lery set […]
Demidoff : a collection with splendid ornaments
For over 300 years, Odi­ot has devel­oped an invalu­able col­lec­tion of cut­lery, with a range of pat­terns and styles cov­er­ing many dif­fer­ent peri­ods of French dec­o­ra­tive arts, as the Demid­off col­lec­tion. Rich­ly dec­o­rat­ed with grapes and vine leaves, this set designed in 1831 for Prince Demid­off, is a beau­ti­ful exam­ple of the Roman­tic Peri­od. This […]
Discover our sumptuous Biennais lamp
If the his­to­ry of Odi­ot is excep­tion­al­ly rich, with major fig­ures, our exper­tise is above all the result of inspi­ra­tion and incite­ment to the inces­sant search for per­fect­ly exe­cut­ed work to become a unique case in the world in terms of pre­serv­ing excep­tion­al know-how, based on an incom­pa­ra­ble col­lec­tion of molds and designs. An example […]
The “Butterfly” collection, a tribute to Napoleon’s sister
Emblem of Pauline, sis­ter of Napoleon 1st, the but­ter­fly is a ref­er­ence to the myths of Greek Antiq­ui­ty and was often used under the Empire in the dec­o­ra­tive arts. But­ter­fly is often rep­re­sent­ed with spread wings. It is the sym­bol of soul and fem­i­nin­i­ty, by per­son­i­fy­ing Psy­che. Dis­cov­er the Pauline’s bowl The theme of breast […]
Odiot : find the secrets of a unique goldsmith’s workshop at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris
Jean-Bap­tiste-Claude Odi­ot built, dur­ing the first quar­ter of the 19th cen­tu­ry, the most pros­per­ous French gold­smith’s house by deliv­er­ing sump­tu­ous table ser­vices and pres­ti­gious sets such as the toi­let of Empress Marie-Louise and the cra­dle of the King of Rome. Own­ing a piece fine­ly pro­duced by the craftsper­sons of the Mai­son Odi­ot is invit­ing History […]