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$ 31.99
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An assortment featuring 2 of our hand-wrapped Victoria Creams in dark chocolate, as well as 2 Empress Squares and 2 Almond Brittles in both milk and dark chocolate. It also includes mini gourmet bars, chocolate covered almonds, truffles and Victoria mini creams. 18 Chocolates

Item: 50162

28 Piece Milk and Dark - Heritage Tin
$ 33.99
28 Piece Milk and Dark - Heritage Tin
This 28 piece assortment contains milk and dark chocolates, including mini creams, chocolate covered almonds, truffles, Empress squares, butter caramels and a mini bars. Our newest Heritage Tin features a classic early 20th century street scene in our hometown, Victoria B.C., Canada. A bustling Government Street is filled with the well-dressed citizens of the day. This image reflects a very important time in our chocolate history: on one side of the street you will see our original location and on the other side, the building that would become our permanent home. To honour this time in our past, we have included in each tin a beautiful card that explains the image and its significance to our early days as Canada’s premier chocolatier. In addition, on the backside there is a beautiful picture of Charles and Leah Rogers. Canada’s first Chocolatier and his first lady could certainly be one of the finely dressed townspeople captured so elegantly in this photo.

Item: 50526

28 Piece Milk and Dark - Orcas
$ 33.99
28 Piece Milk and Dark - Orcas
This 28 piece assortment contains milk and dark chocolates, including mini creams, chocolate covered almonds, truffles, Empress squares, butter caramels and a mini bars. Artist: Trish Smith A native Victorian, Trish started to paint in the late1960’s. With no formal training and a strong desire to paint, she was inspired by the realist painters. By becoming conversant with art, practice and with the help of fellow artists, she developed her own realist style. Originally, oil was her medium of choice but when she retired and became a full-time artist she switched to acrylics. The natural beauty of Vancouver Island has always been and continues to be her muse. The beauty speaks to her and she tries to do it justice. For more information on Trish, please visit: www.TrishSmith.net

Item: 50522