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A7653 Chocolate mould, in two halves, in shape of rabbit, terracotta, maker unknown, place of production unknown, 1800s. Click to enlarge.

Rabbit shaped terracotta chocolate mould

Designed
Terracotta chocolate mould, in two halves, in the shape of a crouching rabbit on a low base, size 9, 19th century.(OF). A stand extends from each ear and each thigh. The inside has been dip glazed.

Summary

Object No.

A7653

Object Statement

Chocolate mould, in two halves, in shape of rabbit, terracotta, maker unknown, place of production unknown, 1800s

Physical Description

Terracotta chocolate mould, in two halves, in the shape of a crouching rabbit on a low base, size 9, 19th century.(OF). A stand extends from each ear and each thigh. The inside has been dip glazed.

Marks

Impressed stamp on each half mould, on exterior, "9"

Dimensions

Height

113 mm

Width

67 mm

Depth

105 mm

Production

Made

History

Notes

The object came from the Julian Robinson Juvenilia Collection, Catalogue No. 336. (BF)

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1981

Acquisition Date

26 April 1981

Cite this Object

Harvard

Rabbit shaped terracotta chocolate mould 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 October 2021, <https://ma.as/193604>

Wikipedia

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