Bridge Kitchenware Announces Antique Chocolate Molds

Top Quote Bridge Kitchenware is happy to announce their new Antique Chocolate Molds. Highly sought after, these molds were manufactured in France and very popular today. End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) April 30, 2010 - In 1946, Bridge Kitchenware opened their business in New York City and began selling kitchenware to local area hotels and restaurants. Since that time, they have evolved into the industry leader for high-quality, innovative, and unique kitchenware. Now in their 64th year of operation, Bridge Kitchenware began their anniversary celebration by digging up "new" products to add to their website from their existing inventory. During their recent move they uncovered great finds from the past.

    If you've been searching for something a bit more unique in a chocolate mold, you've found it. Manufactured in France long ago, these molds have been used for chocolate, as well as making candles, mousses, gelee, and glass figures. You can almost say these molds are some what of a celebrity - the Carp Fish Mold is hanging in the Julia Child's kitchen in the Smithsonian; and the basket mold has been used to create a multi-wick candle on the cover of Martha Stewart Living Magazine.

    Several styles of these antique chocolate molds were added to the Bridge Kitchenware product line and can be found in their Pastry Equipment section under Chocolate Molds. Each mold is different in size and either made of tinned steel or stainless steel ranging from 2 inches to 13 inches in size.

    More About Bridge Kitchenware
    Bridge Kitchenware remained in the NYC area until July of 2008 when they opened their new showroom in front of their company's warehouse in East Hanover, New Jersey and then moved to a much larger location in Roseland, New Jersey at 563 Eagle Rock Avenue.

    Over the past several decades, Bridge Kitchenware has won numerous awards, such as New York City's best kitchenware store by Zagat Surveyors. They are a supplier for the kitchenware industry where "chef quality" products including barware, cookware, and pastry equipment is concerned. For nearly 64 years, the company has been supplying the best of the best in the food service and hospitality industries. In September 2009 Travel & Leisure Magazine listed Bridge Kitchenware as one of six places in the world to shop for kitchenware (only two in the USA), stating "..a one-stop warehouse for professional-quality equipment." For the entire article see go to

    Bridge Kitchenware offers a wide array of product lines available on their website (

    Should you have any further questions regarding any of their basket chocolate molds, other product lines, feel free to contact Bridge Kitchenware at 973-287-6163 or via email at info ( @ ) bridgekitchenware dot com.

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