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Chocolate mould, Létang Fils

Modern Era, Contemporary Era, Europe
AL5661

Until the first decade of the 20th century, all chocolate moulds were made of pewter. This was then replaced by tin-coated iron, as used to make this fish-shaped mould. From the 1960s, nickel steel became the preferred material for such chocolate moulds.

Note:

Dorchy, Henri, Le moule à chocolat. Un nouvel objet de collection, Paris: Les Editions de l'Amateur, 1987.

Datasheet

  • Type: Chocolate mould
  • Place of origin: France
  • Materials and techniques: Tin-plated iron
  • Date: after 1910
  • Dimensions: 7.5 x 16.5 x 5.5 cm
  • Brand: Létang Fils
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