Rare Anton Reiche Antique, Vintage Very Detailed Large Rabbit Couple w/ Basket Chocolate Metal Mold. 8″ high x 8″ long x 2 1/2 wide. The detailing of this mold is exquisite and is a very early antique chocolate mold made from a stamped sheet of copper. History shows that as early as the 1840’s double chocolate molds were made from copper which were then washed in silver. Sometime around the 1860’s the silver wash was replaced by tinning because it was cheaper and would last longer. Copper sheeting was used up until the 1890’s when the switch was made to steel, this switch over was completed by the 1910’s. This mold is clearly within the time period of which some of the earliest chocolate mold pieces were made as seen by the the copper showing through. The fine workmanship of this antique mold would be indicative of an Anton Reich chocolate mold as no other mold makers could match his artistry, but because this mold is so well loved the manufacturers mark can not be seen. Lovely chocolate mold to begin a collection, add to your current collection or give as a gift. Please contact me before paying and I will send an invoice. Please see my other antique chocolate metal molds by Anton Reiche, Eppelsheimer, Hornlein, Le Tang, Vormenfabriek, Laurosch, Jarburg Brothers and more. Please see photos which depict the condition of the mold which show w. Ear such as scratches, dents and marks as. These are your main point of reference for condition which are consistent with their age and prior use. Thank you for looking! The item “Antique Chocolate Mold Anton Reiche Rare Old Vintage Tin Copper Metal Candy” is in sale since Thursday, May 10, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Kitchenware\Molds”. The seller is “rescuedhearts” and is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany
- Brand: Anton Reiche
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