Matterhorn - Cervin

Steel line, made in our factories in France.
The Line has chosen to depict the Matterhorn skyline as seen from Zermatt's hights.
You can see the Alpine peaks of the Klein Matterhorn and Zinal Point, the Furggen mountain and of course the Matterhorn.

Find out more about Matterhorn - Cervin

Any order placed before 11:30am (UTC+1) is shipped the same day (except weekends). 

Delivery in France in 2-5 working days.

Shipping costs offered in relay points in France.


  • 1.5 mm thick steel line
  • To be wall fixed with 3 nails
  • Inside and outside
  • Super easy
  • Start by nailing the middle of the line, then simply adjust the level
  • Not suitable for brick or concrete walls

About the Matterhorn

The 12th highest peak in the Alps, the Matterhorn (French name: Cervin) is the best-known mountain in Switzerland for its pyramid shape, immediately recognisable, and notably found in the logo of Toblerone chocolate. The conquest of the Matterhorn, which was believed to be unattainable, with the first ascent via the Hörnli Ridge, on 14 July 1865, marked the end of the Golden Age of Alpinism and the first great drama in Alpine history, since it would end, at the start of the descent, in the death of four of the seven members. Its north face, at 1,100 metres high, is one of the most dangerous faces of the Alps. Climbed for the first time in 1931, this feat earned Franz and Toni Schmid the Olympic Alpine Prize at the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.


Through a single stroke, The Line represents panoramas of cities, legendary mountain tops, or even mythical music tracks visually represented by their soundwaves.
Lines are laser cut from metal sheets, with an extreme accuracy. This step is carried out in France by several partners, including a cooperative company.
Lines are gilded with 24-carat gold via an electrolysis process ensuring agglomeration of gold on the line.
Boxes and silkscreen
Despite significant production volumes, The Line keeps an artisanal manufacturing approach for its packaging, and uses a silkscreen process to guarantee an original and qualitative result.
Final packing of products is then carried out within ESATs (work-based learning centers dedicated to people with disabilities).

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