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Wednesday, October 30, 2013
#24 LIMOGES CHOCOLATE POT
#24 Limoges Chocolate Pot
I felt it was time to post another beautiful piece of Limoges from my collection. Fall has arrived and soon Winter will be on it's way. So with thoughts of colder days and the Holidays ahead, I decided to share a beautiful Limoges Chocolate Pot.
During the winter months there is nothing that warms you up like a sweet delicious cup of hot chocolate. In today's world that is when we reach for a packet and mix it with hot water or warm milk. Now image having that warm cup of a chocolate from a beautiful chocolate pot. The Victorians would place real chocolate in chunks into a beautiful pot and then pour in warm milk. The chocolate would melt and mix with the milk. It was usually served to the children in the mornings to combat the cold and warm them up as they began their day.
I love the soft blue and delicate pink roses of this beautiful chocolate pot.
I think I will have to try making some Hot Chocolate in the old Victorian way this winter.