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.
No Copper showing & ready for use complete with frother.
There is a section of wood missing from the base of the handle but not unsightly as downward facing. Brass screws to be inserted before shipping.
Height: 22 cm, 8.66″
Weight: 1070g, 2.35 lb
Age: 18th – early 19th C
For USA clients: Under the Low Value Shipment Regulatory Modernization Act of 2015, the maximum value of articles that may be imported duty-free by one person on one day is $800, with the exception of HS Tariff 9706000000 ‘antiques over 100 years old’ that incur NO IMPORT FEES 😉
(Other destinations may be similar & I will always do my best getting these “repaired” items to you free from ridiculous import fees.)
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