Holidays often go hand in hand with outdoor dining. Summer is the perfect season to share memorable times with friends and family over a good meal. Whether it’s lunch under the shade of an olive tree or a meal on the seaside, your table should be at its finest during this beautiful season. Here is our advice for creating a wonderful spread and an exceptional summer atmosphere to go with it.


Mismatch to create a harmonious feel


Goodbye to decorations that are overly uniform; it’s time to break things up. Mismatching is that special touch that gives a table its charm. No fuss between friends, no fuss on the table! Completely mismatched tableware makes for an extremely attractive result. Don’t hesitate to combine different colours, shapes and materials. Perfect for an unforgettable time with friends.


Natural decoration


This is definitely this year’s trend. Bamboo, burlap, macramé, raffia….so many natural materials that will enhance your table and give it a cocooning feel. Add a few candles and a bouquet for an intimate atmosphere.


Seashells and crustaceans…


The timeless pairing of blue and white is always a safe bet ! Marine motifs will brighten up your table on white furniture. What’s better than feeling like you're eating with your toes in the sand ? Add some scraps, seashells, fishing nets… and this is the perfect table for your guests !


Selection of tableware


At Molitor, we look forward to sharing these joyful moments with you. To do so, discover the selection of tableware at our shop. We carry Baccarat, Christofle, Bernardaud, Haviland, Raynaud and Hermès. All that's left to do is figure out the decorative style for your table and choose the items you like best. Bon appétit !




Love, that indescribable feeling. Extremely difficult to express in words. Sometimes it is easier to say what we mean with a gift. Jewellery is at the top of the list when it comes to gifts that bring joy. Yet not all stones have the same meaning. Here is our advice for choosing the perfect stone for your dearly beloved.


The magic and emotions of stones


Every gemstone is special. They all symbolise something, something that is often unknown. Diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds are four gemstones that are extremely popular in the world of jewellery. A closer look at these stones.


The diamond, a symbol of purity


The diamond is the most coveted and widely gifted gemstone in the world, particularly for engagements. It symbolises purity, perfection and strength. Do you want to express your virtuousness and your commitment to another person? This stone is undoubtedly the one for you!


The sapphire as a talisman


Blue sapphire is the symbol of immortality, purity and wisdom. Long worn as a talisman, this gemstone was intended to protect those who wore it. It exists in different colours. Indeed, there are also yellow and green sapphires. Like the diamond, the sapphire is also an excellent gemstone for an engagement.


The ruby, the ultimate symbol


The ruby will allow you to express the fiery love burning within you. A symbol of courage, love and passion, it will move the heart of your other half. This stone is one of the rarest and is suitable for strong personalities. It is able to combat depression as well as fatigue.


The emerald, the happiness stone


Previously known as the devil’s stone, the emerald is now a highly regarded gemstone. It comes in different shades of green depending on where it is from. The emerald represents true love, happiness, beauty and eternal youth.


A selection of jewellery


Now that you’ve learnt more about gemstones and their meanings, we invite you to discover our selection of jewellery featuring diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds. Need advice? We look forward to helping you at our boutique.





  1. OLE LYNGAARD Cranes medium ring in gold, diamonds and rubies

  2. Roberto Coin Love in Verona ring emerald

  3. Dinh Van diamond ring

  4. Roberto Coin bague Love in Verona sapphire ring

This year, IWC Schaffhausen has come out with a slightly smaller version of the classic Big Pilot’s Watch. Given that the 46 mm model is not for everyone, the brand wanted to offer a 43 mm dial. The watch pays tribute to the legendary military observation timepiece from the 1940s. Here's a look at this pilot’s model.


Smaller, but still as captivating

With its steel case measuring 43 mm in diameter and its 192 components, the brand’s iconic watch remains at the top in terms of quality. With its automatic Pellaton winding, the watch builds up a 60-hour power reserve. Moreover, it’s water resistant to a depth of 100 metres. You can contemplate the IWC-manufactured 82100 calibre, a movement designed to ensure reliability and precision, through the depressurisation-resistant and glare-proof sapphire glass case back.


A versatile design


Inspired by “flieger” watches, the Big Pilot’s Watch 43 could be described as understated, minimalist and comfortable. IWC sought to stay true to its DNA in this model. No room for frills. There is no date or complication to be found here. You can admire the manufacturer's signature three-hand style pilot's watch. The result is the perfect expression of the modern sporty watch, a sports watch that is easy to wear on a daily basis for a simple and effective look.


To each his own style


Because it is important to be able to assert your style or to change it when you want, the brand offers several strap options. With the EasX-CHANGE system, you can choose between a brown or black calfskin strap or a finely-finished steel bracelet. The dial comes in two colours: black or blue. All you have to do is make a choice. A timepiece full of attractive features that you will find at our shops !