TO THIS DAY, EXCELLENCE AND CRAFTSMANSHIP IDENTIFY ERCUIS ELEGANT SILVER CREATIONS FOR LUXURY TABLES. HERITAGE OF FRENCH DECORATIVE ART, DESIGN AND TASTE.
SHOWCASING EXPERT FOR EXCEPTIONAL MOMENTS.
Luxury today is experiencing and sharing timeless moments with chosen companions. An exceptional table shapes unforgettable memories.
Ercuis showcases these timeless moments throughout the world. From its factory located to the north of Paris, founded in 1867, Ercuis shines the light of French expertise on the world’s finest tables and offers them its boundless creativity.
This is where artist-silversmiths pass on their precious expertise from generation to generation. This heritage of working with a prestigious, luminous and creative material has made ERCUIS one of today’s greatest French silversmiths.
Chosen since the early 20th century by the great hotels of the French Riviera, the Orient Express and the Normandie ocean liner, Ercuis continues to demonstrate its talent for presentation in the world’s most highly acclaimed restaurants.
Ercuis is part of the Arcturus Group which is among the world’s leading providers of high-quality design products for tables, kitchens and living spaces both in private homes and in the restaurant and hotel industry.
It includes other premium brands such as Rosenthal, the luxury brand Rosenthal meets Versace, the traditional brand Hutschenreuther and the young design brands Thomas and Arzberg. For cutlery, stainless-steel accessories, excellent silverware as well as professional cooking utensils and food service, the Group comprises the Italian brands Paderno, Arthur Krupp and Sambonet. In 2015, the already extensive portfolio has been rounded off with the brand Ercuis, a prestigious French silversmith, and the famous Limoges-based porcelain manufacturer Raynaud.
Arcturus focuses on its customers and their needs, creating unique concepts for the table, kitchen and interior. With more than 1,300 employees, the Group is globally active and has offices in Italy, Germany, France, USA and China.