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The human love affair with chocolate extends back thousands of years, but the options for consuming chocolate weren’t always so abundant. When the Spanish first introduced the treat to Western Europe in the 17th century, there was really only one: hot chocolate. It was prepared in its very own vessel, the chocolatière, or chocolate pot.

A fine piece of coppersmithing, but sadly has severe wear to the base & lining.
A rare piece none the less & will grace any copper collection.

Diameter of base:  cm, 5.9″

Height Pot: 31 cm, 12.2″

Total Weight: 821 grs, 1.81 lb

Handle: wood

Finish: signs of previous service.

Base: Severe ware in need of repair if use is desired. A trained coppersmith should have no problem in replacing this.

Age: 18th – Early 19th C

USA: Estimated to be exempt from duties for HS Tariff “9706.00.00: Antiques of an age exceeding one hundred years”. Your local duty charges may apply? Important note: This is an estimate only. We strongly recommend you check this yourself prior to shipment to avoid surprises. Other countries may charge duty. Please check.

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