Fabienne Micheline Cassman on tue 20 feb 01
There is nothing like a 'chocolat chaud' in one of those bowl; don't put
cinnamon in mine or my apple pie though! Just like handles, cinnamon is a
US fixation :) For the past few years, specialty shops and high end
department stores have had these bowls with or without interesting
decorations; all made in Europe and particularly Portugal.
Milky Way Ceramics http://www.milkywayceramics.com/
Yes, I have learned from my mistakes...
I can reproduce them exactly.
Les Crimp on tue 20 feb 01
As I have never seen a "Hot Chocolate Bowl" I am curious about the =
shape. Is it possible for someone to describe one? TIA
Les Crimp in Nanoose Bay, B.C.(on that Island in the Pacific)
Hank Murrow on tue 20 feb 01
>As I have never seen a "Hot Chocolate Bowl" I am curious about the shape.
>Is it possible for someone to describe one? TIA
During my travels in france, I was served caf=E9 au lait and also hot
chocolate in the same type of bowl. They were pretty much just a
half-sphere, holding about 12-14 fluid ozs. Made a bunch when I returned
with calligraphy, "Caf=E9 au Lait" or "Chocolate". Sold two or three. Glad t=
have made those converts, Hank in Eugene
Bobbi Bassett on tue 20 feb 01
In a message dated 02/20/2001 4:36:06 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> As I have never seen a "Hot Chocolate Bowl" I am curious about the =
> shape. Is it possible for someone to describe one? TIA
Go to see the movie "Chocolat"....... just make sure to take chocolate of
some kind to eat while watching the movie.
Bobbi in PA
Martin Howard on wed 21 feb 01
Now that potters have made bowls for hot chocolate, tea cups and bowls,
coffee mugs, beer mugs, wine flagons etc
and recognising that all these drinks are drugs,
I wonder when we will return our efforts to creating
clay pipes for smoking hemp and then proceed to the other drugs.
Just wondering, ... and stirring .... my hot chocolate of course! what else
did you think?
Webb's Cottage Pottery
Woolpits Road, Great Saling
BRAINTREE, Essex CM7 5DZ