Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Hardware

Choccolandia, chocolate tools, LivornoI swear that this is my last post about “Choccolandia”, but I had to show you this chocolate hardware: scissors, padlocks, pliers, ball bearings and even carburettors.Choccolandia, chocolate coffee pot, LivornoWhat about a chocolate “Moka Express”, our legendary coffee pot.Choccolandia, chocolate bolt, LivornoYou can screw and unscrew this bolt and, eventually, eat it.

See also: Choccolandia - Sicily in Tuscany

25 comments:

Jacob said...

I don't seem to be able to leave a comment...I'll try again.

I said this is incredible and I've never seen anything like it and I'd like to try one of everything!

Dina said...

This is crazy. But I guess with these tools you could fix your chocolate craving.

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful post. Love the colors and texture. The hands are great.

joo said...

No, it's impossible - are you sure you haven't made a misake:)
Amazing!

Small City Scenes said...

It just looks like a bunch of rusty tools, but YUMMY. How fun. MB

Gunn said...

That is NOT my type of Italian chocolate! :-)
(Years back I got a blue and silver colored box with chocolate from PERUGIA (?) I still remember it as the very best "sjokolade" I have ever had!!)

m_m said...

Wow! Wonderful! I would like to taste it:)

Steffe said...

No need to stop with the chocolate photos. They are all very cool.

Hilda said...

That is so cool and amazing! This is rusty hardware I wouldn't mind stocking up on! Ooh, they'd be great for fooling friends too. I can just imagine their reaction if they see me nibbling on what looks like a rusty padlock. ;)

brattcat said...

Oh, Mr. Brattcat would be so pleased if I filled his tool belt with these!

Lois said...

Absolutely amazing! You could post pictures like this all year and I wouldn't mind.

Halcyon said...

I could not figure out what those tools were from the thumbnails page. But how funny now that I know! Someone must have put alot of work into making these tools. It's almost a shame to eat them. :)

JM said...

Before reading the text and just looking at the first photo, I thought those were rusty tools... :-)

cieldequimper said...

Oh wow, can you imagine that on Grandma's best china, lol? It's great though, so creative!

Tinsie said...

As far as I'm concerned, feel free to keep on posting :-)

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! I love those chocolate pliers, wish they had some of those HERE! SUPER! (Keep on posting!)

Kaori said...

I seriously thought they were just rusty bolts! Chocolate...I could use some right now :)

Stine in Ontario said...

I'm trying to figure out why they make these. People will buy and eat chocolate no matter what shape it is. :)

Paula said...

Now I know what heaven looks like. Yum.

Leif Hagen said...

As long as it's all chocolate, won't hurt my teeth and it's priced right > I'll eat it!

Renee said...

When I saw the pictures, I first thought it was rusted stuff. Chocolate was a good surprise when I read on! LOL

Babzy said...

Incredible serie !

Wolynski said...

Aren't plain chocolate bars enough anymore? Although this is a lot of fun - love the bottom photo with the hands. Please keep posting the Livorno chocolate stories.

Ilse said...

Very witty! What an idea! Great gifts for guys.

Andreea said...

You're killing me :) Now I got a craving for chocolate as big as the screen. These hardware looks positively amazing, wow.